Mobile phone giant to donate £2,500 to good causes
News in BriefThe mobile phone services company O2 is donating £10 to charity for each of the first 250 people to fill out a short online questionnaire about its latest CSR report.
The report can be found one the company website and includes information on efforts to increase recycling rates of mobile phones, targets to reduce electricity use by 5% and ensure 10% of electricity used by the company comes from renewable sources and a requirement for key suppliers to meet certain environmental standards.
Globally the O2 Group reported making over €0.5bn in the three months running up to the end of September.
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