Apple's move to abandon EPEAT opened the possibility that it could lose government contracts. The city of San Francisco, for example, said it would stop buying Apple products over the decision.
Apple reportedly decided to leave the program in part because the batteries on some of its new laptops are glued to the case, which makes it harder to take apart and recycle.
But the company did not promise that it would change the design of its products to meet EPEAT's recycling standards. Mansfield said all "eligible" Apple products will rejoin the program.
"Starting today, all eligible Apple products are back on EPEAT," he wrote.