Recycling mobile phones
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1. In which age category are you? *
2. In which country do you live? *
3. How many mobile phones have you had in your lifetime? *
4. For how long have you had your current one?   *
6. How many phones do you use? *
7. How many phones do you own? *
8. How long do you hold on to a phone at a time? *
9. How do you go about acquiring a new phone? *
10. Do you use an iPhone or Android phone at the moment/ overall? *
11. What do you do with your old phone when you have finished with it?   *
12. How important do you think it is to recycle old phones?   *
Not important at all
Very signifiant
13. When your phone is damaged do you.. *
14. Do you know how to recycle your phone, if so, how do you go about it? *
15. How would you encourage people to recycle their old devices?   *
The world discarded 53.6 million tons of e-waste in 2019. Only 17.4% of it, in 2019, was recycled, the United Nations reports.
Every year up to 250 million phones are being replaced by the new models, but only 20% of the old phones are actually being recycled. The United Nations estimates that global e-waste volumes could increase by as much as 39% to 74.7 million tons a year by 2030.
16. Did you know about the massive world wide problem of e-waste? *
17.  Does the knowledge about the amount of e-waste make you more likely to recycle your phone?
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