Sustainability Framework on Apple and Samsung

The modern environment has been polluted by large manufacturing companies which fail to observe pollution regulation policies. In an argument, by Hart (1997) the environment pollution experienced is majorly caused by manufacturing companies. The level of organizational pollution is set to rise with globalization increasing market opportunities for production companies. However, consumers have a significant role to play if the trend has to be changed. For instance, manufacturing companies have put in place recycling centers, in their large markets. Consumers may purchase a product in which they will be able to dispose of responsibly after use. Recognition of organizations embracing environment sustainable frameworks is because climate change has become a significant issue in society (Hart, 1997). A sustainable framework consists of Clean technology, sustainability vision, Pollution prevention and Product Stewardship (Hart, 1997). Samsung has been viewed as a leader in this particular industry. Since the creation of Samsung, a lot has been put in place to reduce environmental pollution. Samsung is a telecommunications company with a variety of products on its brand. Its major products are mobile phones, computers, and other electronics. The company has a significant global market with target market across the globe. 70 % of all nations across the globe boast of at least one major Samsung outlet (Magureanu, 2013). For this reason, the production level of the business entity is significant considering the level of demand on its products. With a large production level, the levels of emissions in the practice are also high. For this reason, this organization has set strategies to reduce their emissions to the environment. This is the ability of an organization to use technology that is environmentally friendly. In addition, an organization should be able to develop approaches to technology that are environmentally friendly. Samsung is developing technology that considers suitability to the environment (Magureanu, 2013).