O2 e-waste scheme passes three million phone milestone

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O2 e-waste scheme passes three million phone milestone

Mobile network says it has stopped 450 tonnes of e-waste going to landfill

O2 Recycle, the e-waste recycling scheme launched 10 years ago by the UK-based telecoms firm, has received over three million phones and saved 450 tonnes of potentially harmful electronic waste from going...

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