Are you planning to change or dump your cell phone? Then i am sure you must be thinking about- Where to do with your old mobile phone? Well, now you can do more better than throwing a mobile phone. Nokia is now planting a tree for each mobile phone you recycle with them. I am sure you must have seen Recycle Information on the back of your mobile phone battery or on the mobile phone box.
Why Recycle mobile phones? According to Nokia last survey “Only 3% of people recycle their mobile phones globally. If every Nokia user recycled just one unused phone at the end of its life, together we would save nearly 80,000 tonnes of raw materials.
Recycling gives your phone a second life
Is your unused phone cluttering up your desk drawer? If you no longer need your mobile device, then bring it back to us for recycling and we can put it to good use - 100 percent of the materials in your phone can be recovered and used to make new products or generate energy.

We work with carefully selected companies who reclaim materials from the phones and accessories we pass on to them. These companies are assessed on a regular basis to make sure they’re doing things properly and that anything handed to them is recycled responsibly.
Nokia has always been at the forefront of environmental initiatives. With their Take-back campaign, they have proved that they do care.
With this campaign, Nokia aims to encourage handset users to dispose off their unusable or old handsets and accessories of any brand at recycle bins installed at Nokia Care Centres and Nokia Priority Dealers.

According to Recycling provides benefits such as:
• Efficient recycling starts by getting the products back and consolidating/sorting/pre-treating them to maximize the efficiencies of the recycling
• End-of-life handsets contain many valuable materials which can be recovered and reused in manufacturing new products
• Up to 80% of the materials in an old phone can be reused in this way

If you have a mobile phone lying in a corner of a drawer or cupboard wouldn’t you rather give it to Nokia to be successfully recycled and help a great and necessary cause?

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