Coltan ore needed for the production of mobile phones is mined in Africa, in habitat of endangered species, such as gorillas and chimpanzees, exhausting their forests and plunging them to the edge of extinction. However, if the minerals used in mobile phones are recycled, mining of these ores will decrease. We know that each of us has a drawer that contains one or two mobile phones which haven’t been used for a long time. We, as an environmentally conscious company, joined the campaign announced by the Jane Goodall Institute to collect and recycle used mobile phones, and to this end, we provide an opportunity for our colleagues to drop their old, unused mobile phones into the collection boxes placed in the Printing Company. As a result, recycling of metals extracted from these mobile phones can reduce the environmental damages caused by ore mining.