We know that the future of our business, our families, and our customers depends on the health of the planet. We work hard to minimize the the environmental impacts of our operations and products throughout their lifecycle.
Motorola Mobility operates “take back” programs on our own and in partnership with carriers, customers, retailers and recyclers. We depend on the end user to participate in our recycling programs. Find out how you can recycle in your location.
With our emphasis on life cycle assessment, we build recycling and reuse into everything we make. In addition, we participate in the CTIA (international association for the wireless telecommunications industry) Green Working group, and require our recycling suppliers to abide by our Supplier Code of Conduct.
If you are a recycling organization, we’d like to tell you more about Motorola's recycling efforts and our treatment of products through documentation from the the European Union's Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive.
Our operations and products create an environmental footprint. Designing, using and disposing of electronic communication devices consume energy, generating carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which in turn contribute to climate change. These activities also use resources, such as water and minerals, and create polluting emissions and waste.
At Motorola Mobility we are working hard to shrink our energy use and carbon footprint. We approach this challenge by focusing on efficiency and on sourcing energy from clean renewable sources such as wind power. By doing so, we can improve efficiency, cut costs, and honor our corporate responsibility commitments.
Recognizing that our buildings offer significant opportunities to reduce our environmental impact, Motorola Mobility’s EHS department, in conjunction with Real Estate and Workplace Services (REWS), is implementing a Green Building strategy across our operations worldwide.