Sprint Corporation

Sprint Corporation is an American telecommunications company based in Overland Park, Kansas. The company owns and operates Sprint, which has 55 million customers, making it the third largest wireless telecommunications network in the United States, behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility. Sprint is a global Internet carrier and makes up a portion of the Internet backbone. In the United States, the company is the third largest long distance provider and owns a majority of Clearwire, which operates the largest wireless broadband network.


Sprint Introduces Paper Bills Made from Wheat Straw

If you are a Sprint customer, this month your statement might be printed on a tree-based paper alternative. To learn more about the…

Video: Darren Beck, Sprint on “The ROI of Sustainability”

At Sustainable Brands 2015 we asked thought leaders to define the "ROI of Sustainability" in their words. In this video, Darren Beck of…

How Sprint Supports Net Neutrality

While AT&T, Verizon and Comcast have made things difficult for supporters of net neutrality, Sprint is taking a different tack.

Sprint Offers $5K to Students Who Find Innovative Ways to Recycle Smartphones

Have a bright idea for a new way to recycle an old smartphone? This week, Sprint launched its first-ever Smartphone Encore Challenge that…
Elementary students in Charlotte, North Carolina gear up for a recycling event sponsored by Repreve.

3p Weekend: How 7 Companies Are Celebrating America Recycles Day

Top companies plan to commemorate America Recycles Day by hosting recycling drives, spearheading education campaigns and offering friendly reminders of the importance of…
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Smartphones Are Everywhere … But Where Are the Standards?

Eco labels, certifications and industry standards such as UL Environment's UL 110 are integral to minimizing the environmental impacts of CE devices throughout…
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Fortune 500 Companies, NGOs Unite to Address Renewable Energy Demand

Twelve leading U.S. companies have partnered with the WWF and WRI to overcome unmet renewable energy demand, with the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles.

Sprint to Sell iPhone Cases Made from Carbon

Sprint will be selling iPhone cases made from carbon.

DOE Helps Sprint Put Fuel Cells on Cell Towers

What do you get when you cross a fuel cell with a cell tower? Would that be a fuel tower? Or perhaps a…

Sprint Will Buy Any Old Cell Phone on America Recycles Day

In honor of America Recycles Day, Sprint has announced that it will buy back used cell phones today. But keep in mind the…

SXSWeco Interview: How Sprint is Using Biomimicry in Package Design

Nick Aster interviews Sprint's Darren Beck about how Sprint is using biomimicry to design better packaging for phones.
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Interview: Darren Beck, Dir. Environmental Initiatives, Sprint

Darren talks about the problem of lead acid batteries which are used as backup power for cell towers and date centers.
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Interview: Fared Adib, SVP Product, Sprint

The good news is that Sprint has managed to take back 40% of the phones they sell every year and is steadily improving…
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4 Out of 10 Sprint Store Visitors Recycle a Phone

An average of four out of every 10 customers who visit a Sprint store participates in the Buyback program.

How U.S. Telecom Giants Are Becoming More Sustainable

Sprint Nextel is the top wireless provider for sustainability, according to a new study by Verdantix.