O2 Germany starts phone recycling campaign with NABU

Thursday 18 May 2017 | 13:37 CET | News
O2 Germany started a campaign to collect old mobile phones and said it will make a donation to the charity Naturschutzbund for each phone turned in. The operator is encouraging schools, associations and individuals to starts their own collection campaigns and will offer prizes for the teams that recycle the most phones by 31 July. This can include classroom technology, trips to the nature reserve in Lower Havel supported by NABU and a top prize worth EUR 500. The non-profit group AfB will ensure the phones are recycled responsibly.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: O2 Germany
Countries: Germany
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