The importance of mobile phone recycling has spread all over the world, with business across New Zealand taking part in this year's 'Bring A Phone To Work Day' campaign.
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A new report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has shown that consumers and businesses are still not making the most of the financial and environmental benefits of recycling electronic devices such as mobile phones.
Police in the West Midlands are preparing measures to counter a rise in the number of bogus phone theft reports when the new iPhone 5 handset is released later this year.
We have all heard about the gold that is contained (along with other valuable metals) within most modern mobile phones. Nokia, however, has announced plans to release a new handset that displays its gold content a little more visibly.
A new law in America suggests the tide is turning on the disposal of rechargeable batteries.
A new development in the mobile phone market could see a surge in mobile phone recycling as people seek to upgrade and take advantage of the new technology.
The global electronics industry used 326.8 tonnes of gold in 2010, with a value of $12.9 billion, in 2010, according to figures from the World Gold Council.
An international programme to track discarded mobile phones, TVs and other e-waste has been launched, with the aim of making the recycling of electronics more efficient.