Mobile phone recycling could help Nokia workers
12 November 2009 — 7:00 PM
Nokia employees could find mobile phone recycling helps them to keep their drawers uncluttered.
Writing for the mobile phone manufacturer's Nokia Conversations online community, Phil explains that he has received "every new device" created by the company during his seven-year career there.
However, it seems he has failed to realise the full potential of mobile phone recycling, as he adds that the handsets often end up in a drawer.
"I've had too many Nokia devices to even count," the employee writes, adding that it takes around three months for the new model to be launched.
Mobile phone recycling could also be one way for eco-conscious gadget fans to respond to the urges of eight-year-old Matt Danstrom.
The environmentally concerned youngster this week told the Peninsula Gateway that, if everybody in the world took action to reduce the number of recyclable items that they unnecessarily throw away, the planet could be made a cleaner place.
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