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The advancement of communication technology is shortening the lifetime of mobile phones (MP), resulting in a phenomenal increase in mobile phones waste (MPW). However, instead of recycling their obsolete devices, customers shelved MPW for the personal data stored inside. This study aims to estimate secondary minerals contained in MPW stockpiled by Indonesians. "Consumption and used" method was employed to assess the quantity of MPW generated in this country based on the data of mobiledoi:10.1088/1757-899x/703/1/012021 fatcat:n2pnwaf4hrfx3evn6zrs4wwna4