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Wireless Charging Market Grows

Wireless Charging Market Grows

Wireless charging for electric vehicles until recently appeared to have limited market potential. But major changes have occurred over the past 12 months as several major automakers are planning to bring wireless systems to market in the next several years. Navigant Research now says that wireless charging is the future … Read more »

Sprint Beats Rivals on Green Initiatives

Sprint has carried out more green initiatives than any competing mobile operator in the United States, according to Frost & Sullivan, which awarded the company its 2012 North American Award for Green Excellence. The analysis and consulting firm presents the award each year to the company that, compared to its … Read more »

AT&T Breaks Cell Phone Recycling Record

By recycling 50,942 devices during a one-week period, AT&T customers broke the world record for collecting the most wireless devices in a week, as certified by Guinness World Records. In 2011, AT&T collected about three million cell phones for reuse and recycling and, thanks in part to its new trade-in … Read more »

Cell Phone Makers to Drop Plastic Inserts

AT&T, Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are among members of wireless communications industry body CTIA committing to package sustainability goals that include eliminating plastic inserts and trays from postpaid wireless device packaging by the end of 2013. Other goals set out by CTIA’s Green Working Group include labelling … Read more »

Nokia Siemens Sustainability Report: Water Use Drops 22%

Nokia Siemens Sustainability Report: Water Use Drops 22%

Data networking and telecommunications equipment company Nokia Siemens Networks reduced its water usage by 22 percent between 2010 and 2011, according to the company’s 2011 sustainability report. In 2011 the company, which is a joint venture between Nokia and Siemens, used 597,093 m3 of water, down from 774,521 m3 in … Read more »

AT&T Launches Cell Phone Eco-Rating System

AT&T has launched its eco-ratings system in stores, allowing customers to compare cell phones’ environmental impacts. The rating system – which has been developed in collaboration with sustainable business strategists BSR – rates mobile devices on 15 specific criteria in five categories: hazardous substances, environmentally preferable materials, product energy efficiency, end … Read more »

AT&T, Sprint Top Telecoms Sustainability Metrics

AT&T, Sprint Top Telecoms Sustainability Metrics

AT&T leads the US sustainable telecoms market in customer offerings and Sprint in corporate sustainability performance, according to a new study from independent analyst firm Verdantix. Smaller operators like CenturyLink, Level 3, Earthlink and Windstream have not invested as much as their larger competitors, according to Green Quadrant Sustainable Telecoms … Read more »

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