IKEA initiates a Buy-Back initiative

One of the biggest furniture retailers in the world IKEA is launching a Buy-Back system, in other words, called the extended producer responsibility(EPR) in the field of waste management.

EPR is a concept introduced in Sweden, back in 1990, and IKEA is a huge Swedish furniture retailer is supporting the initiative of divesting waste from the landfills by reselling the items as second-hand.

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Those products will be sold 30 to 50 percent of the original price depending on their quality status.

Customers that want to sell back an item should fill an offer request online, requesting only eligible pieces like dressers, bookcases, chairs, dining tables and children’s products.

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