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ITU Symposium on Climate Change We believe in the Envir nment An overview of Mobinils portfolio… Cairo, November 2010
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 2 Contents Mobinil ranks first on ESG index Cellular network Renewable energies Waste management Health and Safety… about Egypt Tele-Derma
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 3 Were way up there…Number 1 actually Company NameRank 2010 Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil)1 Orascom Construction Industries (OCI)2 Egyptian Transport (EGYTRANS)3 Telecom Egypt4 Commercial International Bank (Egypt)5 Lecico Egypt6 Established by the Egyptian Ministry of Investment. Evaluates CR activities of publicly listed companies. Developed by consortium of Standard & Poor. KLD and KRISIL. Based on quantitative and qualitative factors. Please go there for more information: Whats the ESG [Environment, Social and Governance] index?
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 4 1. Controlling Cellular Network Impact.. A: Site compliance and EMF measurement Awareness and communication campaigns Inspect new and existing sites. Ensure full regulatory compliance to Egyptian protocol for construction and maintenance. Maintain EMF emissions within national and international range: 100% compliance in last 10 years. Occupational health and safety audits. Direct awareness to communities… Public dialogue, forums, workshops Formal channels for public concerns and complaints. Call center. Shops or
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 5 1. Controlling Cellular Network Impact [cont] B: Reducing network visual impact Standard solutions… trees, monopoles and flagpoles in most residential areas… Individual screening solutions… matching colors, background and positioning Giving preference to micro and indoor solutions whenever possible
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 6 2. Reducing Carbon Footprint A: Use of renewable energy Number of sites powered by PV cells: 98 by end of Q Power created from renewable sources alone: 1000 MWh [1GWh]… Tons carbon emission saving per year…. Extensive plans for Experimenting with hybrid [wind-solar] solutions. South red sea site: 900 WattsNorth Coast Site: Capacity: 1100 Watts Number of sites 490 MWh 300 MWh 1000 MWh 150 MWh 220 MWh
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 7 2. Reducing Carbon Footprint [cont] B: Energy conservation; lighting, data centers, network, travel Fighting climate change…. in every possible way Building Management SW to optimize energy consumption. Optimized data-center designs. Compact BTS. No AC needs. Video conferencing [Tele-presence] and content sharing tools Supporting the earth hour Investing in green projects thru purchase of VER [Voluntary Emission Reduction] Participated in GSMA unified charger project
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 8 3. Managing Waste E-waste management … collection and recycling. Bridging the digital divide Sustainable consumption Office waste; paper, plastic bottles, cartridges and toners. End-of-life mobile handsets, project under UN Basel convention Refurbishing obsolete PC and IT parts and donating them to charity Establish E-waste learning center in collaboration with community groups. Paper-less billing methods saving millions of sheets each year… SMS billing. Internet billing CD bills for corporate accounts Over the Air charging for prepaid Automated work forms; payroll, leave request, procurement, other.
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page 9 4. Health & Safety: Community & Employees Campaigning for Blood Donation Flu prevention and awareness campaign Mobinil Employees donated blood to help save lives. Two blood donation campaigns were carried out in coordination with the National Blood Transfusion Services under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and Population. Promoting a No-smoking work environment We observe the WNTD every year and enforce strict no-smoking policies in all our offices Community drives Participate in Clean Up the World campaign since 2004; clean-up beaches, neighborhoods, schools. Engaged in a school program in collaboration with Canada government to collect and recycle solid waste
©The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (Mobinil) We believe in the Environment November 2, 2010 Page Tele-Medicine… the way to the future The Egypt Tele-Derma project Patients data captured and sent via Mobinils broadband to analyzes case and issue medical recommendation. Pilot Phase I completed; 200 cases handled. Estimated end of pilot project January Other services can be offered: like chronic disease medication, pregnancy follow-up and others. E-Banking and other new applications to be rolled out soon… Finalizing standards and regulatory approvals.
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