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This initiative, implemented through a programme called "Recycle your mobile or cell phone and communicate with the Earth", began as a public-private initiative with manufacturers and telecommunication industry operators. The project aimed to collect, manage and treat waste from discarded phones, cell phones, accessories, batteries, boards, network equipment and other mobile operator equipment. (...) The company in charge of the programme, Belmont Trading, responsibly managed more than 185 tonnes of e-waste between 2007 and 2014, including cell phones, accessories and batteries. The management process is controlled and developed through quality processes keeping in mind environment and occupational health.
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Score: 1367850.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page42.html
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REPORT OF THE NEPAD WORKSHOP ON DEVELOPING A NETWORK OF CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE FOR WATER SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
Bag X313, Pretoria 0001, South Africa Tel: +27 12 33 67860 Cell Phone: +27 82 808 59 52 Fax: +27 12 32 86 397 Email: waa@dwaf.gov.za 8. (...) BP: 595, 10000 Rabat Morocco Tel: +212 37 84 37 03 Cell phone: +212 65 601 170 Fax: +212 37 76 15 57 Email: allali@mailcity.com 11. (...) (Dir) (41) 22 733 1587 Cell phone: (41) 79 411 8655 Fax. (41) 22 733 1587 Email : bankomtata@yahoo.com UNESCO-sponsored experts 15.
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Score: 1367036.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...D/UNEP/WORKSHOP.CEWST/1&Lang=E
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Articles containing lithium ion cells or batteries that have the sole purpose of providing power to a piece of equipment such as a mobile phone are considered to be “batteries” and must be assigned to UN 3480 and packed according to the applicable provisions of Packing Instruction 965. . . . . . . (...) Articles containing lithium metal cells or batteries that have the sole purpose of providing power to a piece of equipment such as a mobile phone are considered to be “batteries” and must be assigned to UN 3090 and be packed according to the applicable provisions of Packing Instruction 968. . . . . . . (...) Articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries that have the sole purpose of providing power to a device such as a mobile phone are considered to be “spare batteries” and must carried as per the item below.
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Score: 1352937.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2013/DGPWG.13.WP.056.2.en.pdf
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Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies Integrating Cellular and VoIP Services Using In-Home Wireless Technologies Cellular subscribers in the U.S. and elsewhere are increasingly using their cell phones at home, where cellular networks traditionally have relatively poor coverage. (...) An alternative solution to this problem, however, appears to be possible through the use of in-home wireless technologies as the over-the-air interface for cell phones within the home. Integration with a Broadband Voice over IP network provides a signaling and transport mechanism for the voice traffic, as well as enables a variety of interesting features.
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Score: 1351234.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...hnhs_0604_s7p4_em_abstract.doc
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Results: – Average of 198kWh of power per week (10kWh greater than necessary). – Return on investment period of three years. – MTC could save • roughly 4,580kg CO2 annually versus grid electricity. • an additional 649.25kgs CO2 annually by removing backup Diesel Generators. © GSM Association 2008 Mobile Phone Lifecycle © GSM Association 2008 GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles About 900 million mobile phones sold in 2006. – 50-80% as replacement phones. – About 10% of new customers rely on a ‘used’ phone. (...) GSMA contributing to UNEP Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative to develop guidelines for environmentally sound management. http://www.gsmworld.com/health/wireless/lifecycle.shtml © GSM Association 2008 Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Gartner estimates 1.2 billion mobile phones will be sold in 2008. – Between 50% and 80% are replacement phones. • 50,000 to 82,000 tonnes of replacement chargers each year. (...) Need a more systematic analysis for the wireless sector. http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/climatechange/index.html © GSM Association 2008 Thank You Contact : Dr Jack Rowley Job title : Director Research & Sustainability email address : jrowley@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/health Contact : Dawn Haig-Thomas Job title : Director, GSMA Development Fund email address : dhaigthomas@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund mailto:jrowley@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/health mailto:dhaigthomas@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Frequency Allocations Effect Cell Size Energy Use During Operations Alternative Power Opportunity Case Study – MTC, Namibia Mobile Phone Lifecycle GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Environmental Benefits of Telecommunications Conclusions Thank You
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Score: 1350802.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F0000090013PDFE.pdf
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Internet-compatible television 2. Cell phone* 1)−1 10. Internet-compatible TV game console 3. (...) ISDN dial-up * 6) (see note 2) 4. Cell phone other than 3G cell phone (see note 1) 6. (...) ISDN dial-up (see note 2) 4. Cell phone other than 3G cell phone (see note 1) ● Broadband 6.
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Score: 1340768.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...0Mr.OKABE(JAPAN)APPENDIX_2.pdf
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This is a 10% jump from 71% in 2014. A major reason for cell phones’ ability to transform Africa so successfully is that they serve as the primary platform for Internet access. (...) The majority of cell phone users in Africa are not using smartphones. (...) Internet Access A major reason for cell phones’ ability to transform Africa so successfully is that they serve as the primary platform for Internet access.
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Score: 1337533.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...digital-rise-hooked-innovation
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Examples of Collected Data (1) Infrastructure Index Number of Internet users and penetration rate Number of broadband subscribers Number of cell phone and PHS subscribers IP phone penetration rate Information about the spread of FTTH services Information about the spread of DSL services Estimate of Internet Traffic Number of wireless stations by region and by usage -and other issues (1) Examples of Infrastructure Index Number of Internet users and penetration rate (Source) “Communications Usage Trend Survey (Household)” Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications 2. (...) Examples of Collected Data (2) Household Index Internet usage by terminal Individual Personal-Computer Internet Usage by Location Average time of media usage per day Ownership of telecommunications devices Status of Use of Internet and Broadband Awareness and use of Filtering Software Annual telecommunication service expenses per household Annual household expenses for cell phones -and other issues (2) Examples of household Index Changes in the Number of Internet Users by ICT Terminal (Source) “Communications Usage Trend Survey (Household)” Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications 2. (...) Survey Example – Communications Usage Trend Survey– 16 Examples of survey items (for households or householders) - Internet users as a proportion of the population - Internet usage by device - Frequency of Internet usage - Purpose of Internet usage - Broadband users - Cell phone vs. computer usage - Ownership of telecommunications devices - Home LANs - Internet concerns and annoyances - Safeguarding privacy -and other issues 6.
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Score: 1334203.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...Mr.OKABE(JAPAN)Final%20ver.pdf
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Cell Broadcast Broker Cell Broadcast Broker (CBBS) Overview, V3.2, 10 Feb 2003 Mark Wood, CEASA. (...) Cell broadcast messages can be employed in several ways when a number of cell phone users in a certain geographical area need the same urgent information. Such information may include text messages relating to emergency situations, and, for 3G cells and phones, pictures of wanted or missing persons or maps of areas to avoid and best escape routes.
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Score: 1333299.1 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu.../workshop/ets/whtp-001_ww9.doc
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PHONE NUMBER ON LITHIUM BATTERY MARK
During the 56th session, there was a general consensus that, based on years of transport experience, the phone number adds little practical value and that removing the phone number would not reduce the effectiveness of the mark. (...) “UN 3090” for lithium metal cells or batteries or “UN 3480” for lithium ion cells or batteries. Where the lithium cells or batteries are contained in, or packed with, equipment the UN number, preceded by the letters “UN”, i.e.
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Score: 1331548.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2020/48&Lang=E
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