Tele2 will reduce the amount of plastic used in SIM card packaging by 1 ton

Tele2 will reduce the amount of plastic used in SIM card packaging by 1 ton

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“Tele2” is the first mobile operator in Latvia to reduce the size of the SIM card’s plastic frame or package in half while taking care of the environment. This decision will reduce the amount of plastic used in the production of SIM cards by about 50% or more than 1 ton per year.


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It should be noted that every year the company issues about half a million new SIM cards to customers, which are currently housed in a plastic frame the size of a business card.

“Year after year, the understanding of entrepreneurs and society on issues of corporate social responsibility and sustainability is improving. For us too, the integration of environmental factors into practice has become common, to reduce energy consumption in mobile base stations. To offer sustainable solutions to the economy, provide alternative renewable energy sources, educate the society to reduce the negative impact of smart devices on people and reduce paper consumption by about half a ton per year and other initiatives,” he says. Valdis Vancovičs, chairman of the Tele2 board.

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According to the company, from the last quarter of this year, it plans to make SIM cards available to customers in less packaging.

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Tele2 AB Group is the first mobile operator in Northern Europe and the Baltics to be climate-neutral in its core business. Tele2 buys 100% renewable energy and offsets the remaining greenhouse gas emissions from, for example, the company’s cars. Tele2 buys electricity produced in Latvia from 100% renewable energy resources.



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