Is the SRW2016 a "green" device?

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Mar 4th, 2009
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I am looking for the following informaiton on the SRW2016 to determine if it qualifies for the "going green" initiative of our customers:


1.     Where is it assembled? (city/state)

2.     Where are materials it is made from manufactured? (city/state)

3.     Are there any recycled materials in it? If yes, what percentage?

4.     Does Cisco/Linksys have any “VOC” data on it? (Volatile Organic Compounds)


Can someone please send me the answers to these questions or a link to where I can get them all answered on Cisco's website?


Thanks!

Becky

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Moderator Fri, 03/13/2009 - 13:11
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Hi Becky,


Great question. We're working on getting you a response from an expert as soon as possible.


Thanks for your patience!


Cisco Moderation Team

Moderator Thu, 03/19/2009 - 12:36
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Becky,


We are continuing to research each area of your question and will let you know shortly. Thanks for bearing with us.


Cisco Moderation Team

Moderator Wed, 03/25/2009 - 10:01
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Hi Becky,


SRW2016 does support Green Ethernet for the new version, v1.3


Here are the answers to your quesetions:


1) Q: Where is it assebled? (city/state)

    A: Shanghai, China


2) Q: Where are materials it is made from manufactured? (city/state)

    A: It's varied. Most parts are made in China.


3) Q: Are there any recycled materials in it? If yet, what percentage?

    A: Only the packing box


4) Q: Does Cisco/Linksys have any "VOC" data on it? (Volatile Organic Compounds)

    A: No.


Thanks,


Cisco Moderation Team

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