Samsung Aims to Recycle 1 Million Mobile Phones in US by End of Year

Published by Stephen Roper on Tagged Recycling

Leading electronics manufacturer, Samsung has recently announced their new March for a Million Phones program at the CES event in Las Vegas.

The new program’s aim is to recycle 1 million mobiles handsets in the USA by the end of 2010. The new scheme encourages the recycling of any manufacturer not just Samsung.

In order to help hit their target Samsung’s new recycling program will be featuring on major sponsorships and will be offering education on recycling to pupils in schools around the US.

Old mobile handsets can be dropped off in recycling bins at events being held by Samsung and sponsored events. The company will also provide recycling bags and envelopes to their customers.

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