Recycling & reusing ‘Mobile Battery for Life’
Mobile handset recycling has been on dtac’s agenda for the last 13 years, through which the company is making the fight against climate change a priority.
Easypaisa lighting up homes in Pakistan 💡
Check out how this solar solution is championing Pay As You Go Power in Pakistan.
Every little helps
110 lower secondary schools, 36,160 pupils, 180,000 used mobiles, NOK 6 million paid out, 23 mobile joint initiatives, 85 phishing sites closed, and 532 tonnes less CO2 in the atmosphere. These are just some of the key words to describe Telenor's efforts in the field of corporate responsibility during 2012.
Drive eco-friendly with the Eco Navigator
The Eco Navigator allows car owners to be more conscious of the costs of their driving. It allows them to save fuel and contributes to less pollution
Improving HSSE standards – the case of Bangladesh
The 2008 disclosure of hazardous working conditions, pollution and underage labour at five tower-producing suppliers in Bangladesh, became a wakeup call for Telenor.
Telenor Pakistan completes solar-powered network
Nearly 1.63 million more people in Pakistan will now have access to telecommunications services.
Telenor Group signs European standard for energy efficiency
Earlier this week in Brussels Telenor Group and other major telecom companies and equipment manufacturers have agreed to reduce the electricity consumption of their broadband equipment and data centres.
Solar energy brought to use
Grameenphone and University of Oslo successfully launched a Community Power Project in Paharpur village in rural Bangladesh. As a result, many households in the remote village, which is not connected to the national electric grid, are now getting electricity through solar energy.
Norwegian sports clubs earn NOK 6 million from environmental initiative
In five months, 500 Norwegian sports clubs have collected 171,904 used mobile phones. Never before have so many mobile phones been returned for recycling in Norway. This community effort secured more than NOK 6 million from Telenor.