The growing mountain of e-waste is causing problems around the world, as countries struggle to dispose of it safely.
In response, Thailand Post launched the new campaign on Thursday as an extension of existing e-waste disposal points set up at post offices nationwide.
"People can drop their old smartphones, tablets, chargers, headphones, power banks, and smartphone batteries into a box and give it to postmen," Thailand Post said, adding that the service is free of charge.
Meanwhile, AIS will be responsible for disposal of the e-waste in line with international standards.
"We would like to thank Thailand Post for cooperating in the campaign to help people dispose of e-waste [safely]," said Saichon Submakudom, AIS chief of public relations.
Published : February 18, 2021
By : The Nation