Samsung Will Recover 157 Tons of Gold, Silver, Cobalt, and Copper From Galaxy Note 7 Recycling For Eco-friendly Processing

Through the recycling and recycling process, it is estimated that about 157 tons of gold, silver, cobalt, and copper will be recovered in addition to the parts.
July 19, 2017

Samsung recycles and recycles resources for the eco-friendly treatment of the recovered Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung will release new Galaxy Note FE, which minimizes waste of resources by utilizing unopened Galaxy Note 7 and unused parts, and the rest of the products will be recycled and recycled starting this month.

The Galaxy Note FE is already available to purchase in South Korea. A key reason for the launch of the FE just two months before the Note 8 is due is the massive stocks of Galaxy Note 7 devices in storage. Samsung can reduce those losses by reusing the components and selling at a slightly lower price of $600.

Samsung has decided to separate and reuse key reusable components such as OLED display modules, memory semiconductors, and camera modules through eco-friendly processing methods, some of which will be used as service materials and the remaining parts will be sold.

In addition, through the recycling and recycling process, it is estimated that about 157 tons of gold, silver, cobalt, and copper will be recovered in addition to the parts. Samsung is planning to cooperate with domestic and foreign companies to extract and recycle electronic parts.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 parts and resources recycling and recycling policy have specific plans for eco-friendly treatment of Note 7 that domestic and foreign environmental groups have been demanding in the meantime. Through the environment friendly virtuous cycle treatment of electronic components, But also contribute to the protection of the global environment and the recycling of resources.

Samsung Electronics will continue to expand its eco-friendly method of collecting and processing old products as well as new products, and plan to actively lead the industry in terms of environmental protection and resource recycling.