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Repairing old and damaged goods is a central tenet of the circular economy, an economy where nothing is wasted and everything is repaired, reused or recycled. Facilitating the repair of products can seem counter-intuitive to some businesses, who focus on the next sale. This can be a mistake though, consumers are increasingly interested in transparency and are looking for products – and manufacturers and retailers – they can trust.
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