Mobile phone company reveals recycled device

12/05/2010

Mobile Phone Company Reveals Recycled Device

Mobile phone company Motorola has revealed an environmentally-conscious set-top box.

The Motorola DCX3501-M makes use of 75 per cent recycled-content carboard, is itself 100 per cent recyclable and is the first box of its kind to make use of post-consumer recycled plastic.

Selling an old mobile for cash with Mazuma might be something that those wanting to help the environment wish to consider and it reduces the harm caused when phones are sent to landfill.

Less material was needed to use the device as it is 33 per cent lighter than previous versions.

"As the cable industry continues to deliver increasing amounts of high-definition content, Motorola is always researching new opportunities to help our cable customers reduce their environmental footprint," said Larry Robinson, vice-president and general manager for Mobile Devices and Home.

Motorola could also tempt consumers to upgrade their existing handset thanks to new devices such as the DROID.

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Posted by Sarah James