From The Baltimore Sun:

On Monday Greenpeace released a report criticizing Apple’s iPhone for containing environmentally hazardous chemicals. “Steve Jobs has missed the call on making the iPhone his first step toward greening Apple’s products. It seems Apple is far from leading the way for a green electronics industry as competitors like Nokia already sell phones free of PVC,” said Zeina Alhajj, identified on Greenpeace’s Web site as the organization’s “toxics campaigner.”

To compound matters, the Greenpeace report inspired the Center for Environmental Health to initiate legal action against Apple under California’s Proposition 65 law, which says products containing toxins must carry a warning label.

See the full article here: Greenpeace Knocks iPhone.