The time has come for the telecom industry to take action
As environmental awareness increases, addressing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors has become vital for businesses to remain competitive and attract investments.
This is especially true for the telecommunications industry, where companies must demonstrate a strong commitment to sustainability.
Did you know that 4.5 billion SIM cards are produced annually?
The traditional manufacturing process has a significant environmental impact, and most SIM cards end up as e-waste.
Clearly, the industry must adopt sustainable solutions to address this issue.
Thales' eco-conscious SIM portfolio: a sustainable solution for mobile operators
Thales is proud to present an innovative solution that helps mobile operators align with their ESG goals: The EcoSIM portfolio.
This unique offer is a viable alternative for mobile operators seeking to reduce their environmental impact and so ready to be part of our EcoJourney. This voyage aligns telecom innovation with sustainable practices.
It offers a unique and viable alternative for mobile operators seeking to reduce their environmental impact.
Our green SIM cards help mobile operators contribute to their sustainability goals by integrating carbon footprint savings into their company's reports.
Operators can showcase their commitment to sustainability, improving their reputation among stakeholders and fostering long-term relationships with customers who value environmentally responsible business practices.
Let's explore our ecological SIM card portfolio together in three simple steps!
Step #1: Adopt Thales' EcoSIM for a greener telecom future
Thales presents a groundbreaking solution for telecom operators seeking sustainable strategies to reduce the environmental impact of their SIM card activities and enhance their brand's eco-awareness: the innovative EcoSIM, made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic.
What makes the EcoSIM even more unique?
Thales has collaborated with Veolia, the global leader in optimized resource management for three years.
The two companies have developed a cutting-edge process that transforms polystyrene waste from old fridges into pellets used to manufacture the SIM card body.
The solution has received numerous accolades from the industry, including:
- BT's "2020 Game-Changing Challenge" award
- The "Best Practice on Circular Economy" award from the telecom operator sustainability association JAC.
By adopting Thales' EcoSIM, your company will contribute to environmental preservation and enjoy business benefits such as increased brand awareness and a strong reputation among environmentally conscious customers.