IKEA Invests in the Circular Economy

IKEA Invests in the Circular Economy

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  • The Swedish group IKEA now expands the pilot they have been conducting for a year in Edinburg, enabling their customers to bring back their furniture in exchange for a voucher. IKEA repackages this furniture and sells them again at a lower price.

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