Samsung’s mobile device recycling program, Eco Box, launched in 34 countries

IT House October 30 news, Samsung has been working hard to adopt business models to improve climate sustainability, and is committed to the recycling of mobile device waste. Samsung said it has now installed waste collection boxes for mobile devices called “Eco Box” in 34 countries around the world, including the United States, Brazil and Spain.

Samsung said it hopes to install more of these mobile device waste collection boxes in all 180 countries around the world where Samsung products are sold. The company hopes to achieve this goal by 2030. These collection boxes allow for the separation and recycling of discarded mobile phone parts. Users can use the Eco Box to conveniently handle their mobile phones through the service center, participate in the fight against climate change, and contribute to the fight against climate change.

Samsung also noted that its service centers in countries such as Germany and the U.K. “are using bicycles or electric vehicles to provide ‘eco-delivery’ to deliver repaired products to where customers want”.

This year, Samsung also established a “Paperless System” that reduces the use of paper and instead uses electronic document printing at service centers and eco-friendly packaging for service materials shipped globally. Shipping boxes are also made of “materials suitable for sustainable forest certification campaigns,” plastic tape has been replaced with paper tape, carry bags have been replaced with recycled synthetic resin bags, and more.