Mexican operators recycle 350,000 mobile phones

Monday 30 June 2014 | 13:54 CET | News
The Green Program of the National Telecommunications Association, a project of the four mobile operators in Mexico, has recycled 347,715 mobile phones and 46.7 tons of accessories such as batteries, cables and chargers, in its first year of operation, said Gabriel Szekely, director general of the Association, in an interview with El Universal. The association formed by Telcel, Telefonica Mexico, Iusacell and Nextel launched the Green Program in October 2013 together with manufacturers, and already 10 companies have collection points where users can deposit their mobile phones and accessories

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Iusacell / Nextel / Telcel / Telefonica Mexico
Countries: Mexico
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Well done - Great to see the telcos working together like Australia's MobileMuster not for profit product stewardship program
rose read @ 1/7/2014 - 03:42

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