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Ikea starts buy-back scheme with promise to tackle waste – BBC News

The service encourages customers to sell back furniture they no longer need in return for vouchers to spend in-store.

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image captionThe secondhand areas in Ikea stores will be called Circular Hubs
Ikea has launched its long-awaited furniture buy-back and re-sale scheme, in an attempt to reduce the amount of products going to landfill.
The move is part of the retail giant’s sustainability drive to become “climate positive” by 2030.
Customers will get vouchers to spend in-store if items they no longer need are returned in good condition.
Ikea admitted the scheme was a learning curve, but decided to launch it after…

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