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Guinness World Record

Sprint breaks Guinness phone recycling record

United States: Kansas-based e-scrap recycler Sprint has shattered the previous Guinness record for recycling the most mobile phones in a single week by processing 103 582 of the devices - more than doubling the previous record of 50 942 set by AT&T in 2011.

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E-scrap world record for TechCollect

Australia: Australian recycler TechCollect has set a new world record for the 'most consumer electronics collected for recycling in one week'. Citizens all over the country turned in a total of 474 tonnes of old TVs, computers and printers.

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Recycling world record for AT&T

United States: US-based multi-national telecommunications corporation AT&T has claimed a new Guinness World Record for recycling wireless devices. Its customers recycled 50 942 mobile phones in a single week in September, thus diverting 11.363 tonnes from landfill.

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