Our phones hold a complex story of the hundreds of people who helped make it. We want to open up that story, so we can make a positive impact in how phones are made, used and recycled.
Change doesn’t happen overnight. But together with our community, we’re building a movement to show the demand for fair products.
When it comes to making our phone, we’re doing things a little differently.
We aim to create positive social and environmental impact from the beginning to the end of a phone’s life cycle.
Good Working Conditions
Reuse and Recycling
We design products that last - in both their original design and in designing their repair to be as easy as possible. That’s why we made the world’s first modular phone built for repairability in mind.
Development of new modules for Fairphone 2 for long-lasting use.
We care about what we’re putting in our phones. That’s why we’re tracing where our phone’s parts come from and creating demand for materials that are good for people and planet.
Set up a transparent supply chain of tungsten from a conflict-free mine in Rwanda.
We take our responsibility as consumers seriously. We encourage the repair and reuse of our own devices, as well as reducing the rise of electronic waste around the world.
Expanded our efforts to reduce electronic waste in new countries: Rwanda, Cameroon and Uganda.
By opening up our phone’s supply chain, we want to start a discussion about where our products come from and how they’re made. As we dig deeper, we’ll include our community each step of the way. Dive in and join the movement.