Motorola unveils new mobile phone recycling innovation
6 January 2009 — 3:01 PM
A new innovation in mobile phone recycling has been announced by Motorola this week.
The manufacturer has unveiled one of its latest phones at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which claims to be one of the most eco-friendly ever made.
Made from reused plastic water bottles, 100 per cent recyclable and manufactured using carbon neutral production techniques, the MOTO W233 Renew could interest those with environmental concerns.
Commenting on the new device, corporate vice president of global marketing for Motorola Jim Dale said it was hoped the W233 Renew would fill a particular niche in the market.
"From the product's design, to the packaging to our partnership with Carbonfund.org, we wanted to ensure that this device makes the right impact with consumers and the environment," he added.
Also this week, Motorola revealed details of its latest wireless router - the new wi4 WiMAX CPEi 775.
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