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Does New Plasma TV Really Greener?

Submitted by on November 27, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 1,914 views

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The need to be Green nowadays has technicians working feverishly to come up with products that are not only constructed of environmentally safe materials but also able to consume energy efficiently thus not contributing to hazardous waste.

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The Plasma TV is an innovation over the past decade or so that has environmentally conscious citizens in all but an uproar as the materials traditionally used in their construction and their notorious energy consumption make the sets the least of Green friendly flat screen technologies.

Plasma TV is a technology whereby the image seen on the screen is a gas that is ionized, the same as those neon lights you see in signs and such. This allows the screen to be illuminated and present a clear image that has made the sets so popular. The technology allowed for larger screens to be made which differed from the older cathode ray tube technologies. This way of producing an image calls for lots of electricity, several hundred watts and in addition, some of the materials that went into their construction were hazardous to a degree and called for careful handling and disposal. As the popularity of these sets continued there was quite the uproar in how to dispose of them when they burned out.

The Green technology challenged Plasma TV manufacturers enjoyed the sales but then as consumers became more environmentally savvy and concerned about their money that was being eaten up by the energy usage the manufacturers of the Plasma TVs realized that they had better go back to the drawing board and figure out a new way to do things. So back to the drawing board they went and little by little they began to come up with safer materials and more energy efficiency.

These improvements pleased the environmentalists and solved many problems but Plasma TVs still aren’t where their competition is. In some cases entire countries have banned Plasma TVs because of environmental concerns. Due to these concerns several approaches have been made to monitor and change things for the better. These changes continue as each step is a step in the more efficient and profitable direction. Added to this, the technologies for better picture and overall efficiency. These steps make for purchases that should bring the costs of the units down unless the demands are so for change that the manufacturers decide to send the costs over to the consumers. If you’re going to purchase one you’ll have to do your due diligence to see if the Green technology watchdog groups has your particular Plasma TV in their sights.

Finally, Plasma TVs got a bad rep for environmental issues but that rep bought about a new consciousness that has revolutionized the technology and manufacturing and marketing. Nowadays consumers can see the Green angle on their Plasma TVs and also go to numerous websites, blogs, and forums to ask questions and even chat with the engineers. This communication between the concerned customers and manufacturers has spread to other industries who are now aware that the consumer’s concerns about their environment are as viable a concern as the performance of their TVs.

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