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Telia says 54% of Finns think cutting environmental burden of digital devices is up to manufacturers

Monday 12 July 2021 | 14:00 CET | News
Telia Finland said 54 percent of respondents in a survey it commissioned from Bilendi believe manufacturers have the greatest responsibility for reducing the burden on the environment caused by digital products. It said 84 percent believe that an individual can cut their effect by using devices and smartphones for as long as possible and recycling them correctly. 

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