For the second time, Apple has been ranked last in the Greenpeace quarterly ranking of companies and their environmental impact. The Greenpeace ratings take into a count a company's policies on recycling and the use of toxic content in their products and processes.
Apple may disagree on their rating but I can certainly see how some of their products can be considered as being unfriendly. The report states, “For a company that claims to lead on product design, it is perhaps surprising to find Apple languishing at the bottom of the scorecard. While other laggards have moved upwards in the Guide, Apple has made no changes to its policies or practices since the launch of the Guide in August 2006. The company scores badly on almost all criteria.” Unsurprisingly, Apple has denied the report's findings. You can find more here.