O2 cuts off new mobile phone chargers in e-waste crackdown

Jessica Shankleman
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Mobile phone giant sets 40 new green and socially responsible goals as part of Think Big Blueprint

Mobile operator O2 will today tell its 22 million customers that they will no longer be given a charger as standard when they buy a new handset, in a drive to cut electronic waste and improve energy efficiency....

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