Mobile phone recycling 

Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market 2019 – Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem

The detailed analysis of Market Overview on Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market include Drivers & restraints, Trends and Opportunities, Potential Application, competitive landscape and business tactics for decision making. The market report covers up-to-date marketing information which is important to monitor performance and make critical conclusions for growth and effectiveness of business.The key companies are mentioned here Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem, SIMS RECYCLING, MobileMuster, Electronic Recyclers International, Karma Recycling, Greencyc, Mazuma Mobile, GRC Wireless As per the world economic growth, the Green and Recycled Mobile Phone market size is…

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Cellphones are endangering gorillas, but recycling old ones can help

In the Congo basin, minerals used in cellphones and other electronics are often mined by illegal, small-scale miners who end up hurting wildlife for food and driving them away from their habitat. You can do something to change this. A mother gorilla holds her child in a jungle in Congo. Gorillas are driven away from their habitats by small-scale miners who dig for coltan, a mineral used in cellphones and other electronics. Image: FredR, CC BY-NC 2.0 You probably use it every day and don’t think once about gorillas. In today’s world, it’s…

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Global Mobile phone recycling Service Market 2018 – Apple, Cloudblue technologies, ReCellular, Envirophone

The report gives the detailed overview of Global “Mobile phone recycling Service“ Market 2018 and predicts future market trends throughout the forecast period from 2018 to 2025. Also the report executes the great study of Price and Gross Margin, Capacity, Production, Revenue, current geographical zones, technology, demand-supply, Consumption, Import, Export, Market Drivers and Opportunities. In this Professional report, we have investigated the principals, players in the market, product type, and market end-client applications. This report comprises of primary and secondary data which is exemplified in the form of pie outlines, Professional tables,…

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Recycling Mobile Phones May Save Gorillas

A small act can create a huge impact. In this case, holding on to old cellphones can create a massive impact on an endangered gorilla population, a new study asserts. The study, “Recycling 115,369 mobile phones for gorilla conservation over a six-year period (2009-2014) at Zoos Victoria: A case study of ‘points of influence’ and mobile phone donations,” was authored by researchers and staff from the University of South Australia and Zoos Victoria and was published by PLOS ONE in early December. According to the study, “Annual sales of mobile phones and…

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Mobile Phone Recycling Market Segments by Product Types, Manufacturers, Regions and Application Analysis to 2025

The Mobile Phone Recycling Market report provides overview of Mobile Phone Recycling Industry, including industry characteristics, manufacturing technology, industry chain analysis and latest market trends & dynamics. The Mobile Phone Recycling market report also explores future trends for supply, demand and market growth rate, market size, prices, trading, competition and value chain as well as Key Players of the industry’s information with forecast from 2019 to 2025. The Mobile Phone Recycling market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period.…

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After single use plastics, smartphone hoarding is the new habit we need to break

The plastic ban is here Let’s be honest, saying goodbye can be hard. And judging from our behaviour, that sentiment even rings true when it comes to parting ways with our old smartphones. Australians are holding on to their old phones for longer, rather than refurbishing or recycling them — and it’s having real environmental consequences. Nearly half (45 per cent) of Australians intend to recycle their old device but this motivation drops off with only one in 10 actually following through, according to new research by MobileMuster, Australia’s government-accredited…

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How To Recycle Your Old Phone If You’re Due For That Upgrade

Whether you upgrade your smartphone every year, or you’re still loving your iPhone 6 (no judgment here), at some point, you’ll probably have an old phone or two lying around. And while it might seem like the least pressing thing on your to-do list, recycling your old phone is actually a great idea. Not only does it help reduce landfill waste, recycling your cell phone also has additional environmental benefits. According to a study examining the impact of unrecycled phones on gorilla habitats, published by researchers at the University of…

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How mobile phone recycling saves gorilla populations

©iStock/Simoneemanphotography A new study has assessed the relationship between mobile phone recycling and reducing the decimation of gorilla populations. The study’s lead author Dr Carla Litchfield says that conflict elements such as gold and coltan can be recovered from mobile phone recycling, which means there is less incentive to mine gorilla habitats for those minerals. In this way, the paper suggests that a reluctance to recycle old mobile phones could be linked to the dramatic decline of gorilla populations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Recovering gold from mobile…

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Recycle your old mobile phone to save gorilla populations

Are you among the 400 million people around the world who have relegated an old mobile phone to the top drawer in the past year? Do you realise your reluctance to recycle that discarded phone could be linked to the dramatic decline of gorilla populations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? The link between hoarding disused mobile phones and the decimation of Grauer gorilla habitats is explored in a paper published today in PLOS ONE, authored by University of South Australia researchers and Zoos Victoria. The two organisations evaluated…

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