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These phones were saved from the dump

Dutch company Closing The Loop has set up a smartphone collection network in Africa so these once valued handhelds may be recycled. Company owner Joost De Kluijver works with big brands like Samsung and T-Mobile to end the e-scrap graveyard. Read the interview with CTL ceo here.

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Countless big bags full of printed circuit boards have been shipped back to the Netherlands for recycling.

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