Hundreds of tech brands are investing to develop the next model of their product. Unfortunately very few of them are conscious of nature. As far as, we could recall the name of the modern entrepreneur, Elon Musk pushes us to care about our nature.
Now, Samsung is standing in the same. As we know tons materials come from plants to manufacture Smartphone, Television, A.C., Freeze, etc.
It’s impossible to imagine that most of the fancy electronic instruments are made from fiber (Polymer), that is an organic material.
However, let’s see what is Samsung Step Towards nature actually?
Here Samsung is trying to get new ways to make their products eco-friendly. On the other hand, Samsung is working on the RRR concept- Reduce, Recycle, and Reuse. Now, how it works in the Samsung system.
Pre-Owned Phones Deliver Savings (Lower Carbon Footprint)
Samsung technicians are great at their refurbishment for a new life. Uses can get an excellent performance at much more less price as they don not use raw materials.
Samsung Steps: Greener Phone
Samsung refurbishing program ensures that their user gets a brand-new experience at much fewer carbon footprints. They doing the stages in that process-
In that process, Samsung emphasizes the process of Reusing a phone saves at least 121 lbs. 0f CO2 emissions, equal to the CO2 that 2 and a half trees capture in a year.
Old Products: A New Life With Samsung
Samsung is very serious about to repurpose their product. That’s why whenever we purchase a new Samsung model they make it easy for us to back the product at no cost. They will find a new user for it.
Related: Samsung Galaxy Watch
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Well, hopefully, Samsung step towards our nature might successful.
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