Sharp LCD TV wins Best Green Product at International Consumer Electronics Show
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue November 24, 2009 11:46 am

INTERNATIONAL. Sharp won the Best of CES (Consumer Electronics Show) Green Award 2009 for its energy-efficient LCD TVs. 

The Sharp LC-52GX5 achieved the best overall score and ranked No.1 in the Green category, according to three main criteria: eliminating the use of hazardous chemicals, enhancing energy efficiency and the product lifecycle that also includes recycling.

Ali Murad, Executive Director of Haider Murad Group stated, “Sharp is making every effort to evolve its wealth of technologies and develop energy-saving and clean energy-creating solar cells, therefore winning the Best of CES Green Award at the International CES Show is testimony to the fact that our ‘go green’ efforts are being recognized and appreciated around the world.” 

Sharp won the Best of CES Award at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and was competing against a variety of products that included televisions, computer monitors, mobile phones, PDAs/smart phones, desktop computers and notebook computers.

Sharp’s accomplishment at the International CES Show is a result of its newly implemented environmental vision and strategy to promote and encourage environmental consciousness throughout the supply chain and the society as a whole.

Sharp is significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions through the use of solar cells and energy-saving products to benefit its consumers. Sharp has also reduced its own greenhouse emissions, due to business activity, to the bare minimum.

Haider Murad and Sons Investment Group, the exclusive distributor for Sharp in Jordan specializes in the trade and distribution of electronic equipment and home appliances for 12 world class brands and trademarks that include Motorola, Frigidaire, Hoover and Candy among many others.

 

 

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