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Between 65% - 80% of the phone is recyclable, including the battery, the plastic casing, valuable components such as silver, gold, and palladium, and if you still have it, the original packaging. Nokia’s phone take-back program is one of the most advanced in the industry, and is a global effort to encourage responsible recycling worldwide.Nokia has recently launched a new, more environmentally friendly cellphone called the 3310 Evolve. The Evolve is a great example of a greener device, made from biomaterials and 50% renewable material.
One of the other unique green features is the charger, which is Nokia’s most efficient, using 94% less energy than the Energy Star requirements. Nokia was also the first manufacturer to use alerts to tell users when their phones were charged (telling them to unplug their chargers- remaining plugged in after a full charge is a huge energy drain).