Monday February 24, 2020

Irish firm takes on ‘unacceptable’ environmental harm of IT industry

When technology giant Apple dropped out of a European project to develop an eco-computer in the late 1990s, a small Dublin company took their place.

19th July, 2015
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Anne Galligan and Paul Maher of MicroPro Picture: Maura Hickey

MicroPro has developed a pioneering eco-friendly computer range, under the brand Iameco.

Established in 1991 by joint managing directors Paul Maher and Anne Galligan, the company employs 25 people in Rathfarnham.

“From the beginning, we were designing and building computers that had a longer life than standard computers, and we were using components that were upgradeable, reusable and recyclable,” said Galligan.

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