Thursday 24 September, 2020 | Africa | Blog | blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | Egypt | Uncategorized
After a short pause, we wrap-up our blog series on MNO led e-waste management efforts with a project from Orange Egypt. In this blog we will explore how Orange’s e-waste management efforts are integrated into their overall environment management system (EMS) and also linked ...
Monday 6 July, 2020 | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | South Asia | Sri Lanka
Dialog Axiata PLC’s ‘mWaste’ project was launched in 2008 and endorsed by the Central Environmental Authority of Sri Lanka. The project was part of Sri Lanka’s 2014 National E-waste programme, with the objective of recycling all forms of ‘mobile’ waste ...
Wednesday 17 June, 2020 | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | East Asia and Pacific | Malaysia | South Asia
We cross back to Asia for our next blog in this series and arrive in Singapore. ‘RENEW’ – REcyling the Nation’s Electronic Waste – is a StarHub initiative that reflects their commitment to environmental sustainability.
Wednesday 3 June, 2020 | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | Kenya | Policy and regulation | Sub-Saharan Africa
In October 2012, the Safaricom e-waste management programme was launched with the objective of providing an end-to-end management solution for out of use electronic gadgets.
Tuesday 26 May, 2020 | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | Philippines | South Asia
E-waste Zero is Globe´s flagship environmental project under their comprehensive sustainability framework. The project was launched in 2014 and has grown into one of the strongest e-waste collection efforts in the Philippines today.
Monday 18 May, 2020 | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | South Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
The global telecommunications market is growing at an incredible rate. 5G, IoT, and cross-industry partnerships are a growing rage. About 80.5 per cent of people on planet earth own a mobile, and more than 66 per cent own smartphones, which is expected to increase ...
Tuesday 5 May, 2020 | Asia and Australia | Asia Pacific | Blog | Circular economy | ClimateTech | E-waste series | East Asia and Pacific | South Asia | Thailand
As part of our blog series. which focuses on the efforts of mobile operators in emerging markets to lead comprehensive e-waste management schemes, we spoke with Jutaphat Pitiphapada, from AIS, about their e-waste initiative and driving a sustainable business.