Trashed Phones Pose Danger

May 2002
Wireless Week;5/13/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p4
Trade Publication
Deals with the environmental threat posed by discarded mobile telephones that end up in the trash, according to a report by environmental research firm INFORM Inc. Prediction on the amount of waste represented by 130 million phones that will be trashed by the end of 2005; Advice given to telephone manufactures.


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