Samsung initiated a program called March for a Million Phones, which through their program to recycle as much as 1 million handsets in the United States. Increasing number of wireless communication devices such as mobile phones in circulation around the world, certainly the more 'junk' phone obsolete, it will accumulate between the old phone new cell phone replaced. Seeing the danger, Samsung tried to offer the program to save the Earth.
Vendor based in South Korea are, initiated a program called March for a Million Phones, which through this program Samsung wants to make recycling by targeting as many as 1 million handsets in the United States, and is scheduled to end until the end of 2010. "This recycling program to encourage companies to recycle mobile phones. So, recycling is not limited to just Sony Ericsson's products," explained Telecommunication Samsung Chief Marketing Officer Paul Golden, breakfast on the sidelines of the 2010 CES show, in Las Vegas.
Added Paul, March for a Million Phones will be campaigned through education in schools in the United States is. Later, they will hold various events regarding this recycling program, or become a sponsor if there are activities related to recycling.