Will Your Next Mac be Biodegradable?

New York Times article recently appeared that once again claims that recycling is a waste (pun intended) of time and money. Is this something like the argument over global warming? What does make sense to John Carter is to increase the cost of collecting garbage and let some of that money go into research for developing better biodegradable products.

This has nothing to do with a Mac, unless you consider that sometime in the future it won’t matter if you dump your old Mac in the trash - because it will simply disappear as another biodegradable item. Just don’t let it get wet while you’re using it.

If you can get your hands on a copy of the November issue of Discover magazine, take a peek at the article on “Meet the Lean, Green, Flying Machine,” or how to make an almost fully biodegradable drone. Yep, we’re getting there.