At the consumer electronics show held in Las Vegas held from Jan 7-11, 2010, Greenpeace unveiled its list of which electronics companies were taking responsibility for their e-waste and which had taken no action at all (or not good enough).
Nokia and Sony Ericsson rank the highest for their electronics with scores of 7.3 and 6.9 (out of 10) respectively. If you need a new cellphone think about choosing one of these phones. For general electronics goods (TVs and Computers), Toshiba was the next highest ranked electronics company with a 5.3/10. As you can see, electronics companies have a long way to go to improve their green factor and take care of the whole e-waste problem.