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Talk:Environmental Consumer Awareness Technology

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'''Environmental Consumer Awareness Technologies''' are tech-based resources aimed at providing consumers with information on the products they purchase, specifically on the environmental impacts that go into making those products, as well as offering credible advice for future purchases. These information systems tend to be organized by third parties or companies separate from the manufacturer itself, and often take the form of {insert ‘a’} a numbered rating systems {delete ‘s’} system to give the consumer a quick and understandable source of{change to ‘on’} on the risks and benefits of their individual purchases. Several web-based resources are dedicated to providing these services, and recent advancements {delete} in application technology{delete} allow consumers to utilize their cellphones as tools for accessing these information systems.
== Why These Technologies Exist ==

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