Along with the fast paced purchase of mobile phones comes the need to get rid and recycle old ones that have already served their purpose. Such is the point that Nokia has recognized and has thus introduced a program that will allow natives of Kenya to dispose of these old phones in lieu of new ones. Apparently, not all of us know the proper way to handle e-waste and with this program by Nokia, old phones that are no longer used as well as accessories can be dropped at local stores for recycling.
Nokia has launched a take-back and recycling initiative that offers consumers a structured way to dispose of old mobile phones and accessories.
This initiative comes at a time when the country was getting more concerned about handling electronic waste.
Under the move, consumers will drop old mobile phones and accessories at designated Nokia care centres including handsets from other manufacturers.