For the first time the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition has given passing marks to three computer makers in its annual report card for recycling and environmental practices in the electronics industry, but Apple isn’t among them, reports the San Jose Mercury News. In the group’s fifth annual rankings, to be released today, Hewlett-Packard, Dell and NEC made the grade — but just barely. And Apple, “with conspicuously poor marks by the coalition,” ranked seventh of the 27 companies reviewed.