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OfficeMax pledges to reduce carbon footprint


NAPERVILLE, Ill. OfficeMax announced that has enanbled power management, or sleep mode, on its computers as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign.

"We are proud to be part of this inaugural effort to reduce the carbon footprint of our IT operations," said Randy Burdick, Executive Vice president and cio for OfficeMax. "OfficeMax is committed to fostering programs that help our company operate in a socially, environmentally and fiscally responsible manner."

OfficeMax joins the ranks of several leading businesses and organizations who recently signed as Charter Participants of the ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign, including Advanced Micro Devices., Anheuser-Busch Companies, Association of Bay Area Governments Energy Watch, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Dell, Fox Entertainment Group, HP, Microsoft, City of Portland, Ore. Public Schools, City of San Jose,  Ca. and Snohomish, Wash.  County Public Utility District.

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