The South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics said that it will use recycled material in all of its new mobile products by 2025 as they vowed to minimise environmental impact.
It unveiled its new sustainable vision for the mobile business, "Galaxy for the Planet," at its Unpacked event on Wednesday, where the company also introduced new foldable smartphones.
To achieve its initial sustainability goals, Samsung said it will first try to incorporate recycled material in all new mobile products and eliminate all plastics in mobile packaging by 2025.
"Samsung is investing in new and innovative eco-conscious materials for its products," the company said.
The world's largest smartphone vendor also plans to achieve zero power standby consumption of smartphone chargers, aiming for a reduction to below 0.005 watts by 2025.