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Fighting for your rights to repair

For years now we have been fighting for consumer rights and more importantly, the right to repair.

But why is this important? There are many reasons why this is.

  • We believe products should last longer, and therefore when broken, they should be repaired. This requires products to be designed for repair as well as support for repairers of all kinds.

  • E-waste is the fastest growing waste stream in the world. Only 15-20% is recycled

  • 53 million tonnes of e-waste are produced each year the equivalent weight of 350 cruise ships’ worth of electronics

  • Companies like Microsoft are guilty of causing tons and ton of E-waste by causing perfectly good computers to become redundant, come October 2025, this issue will be horrendous with support of Windows 10. It is the single biggest mistake they could make and should not be allowed in this day and age.

So what can we/ are we doing about it?

  • We have continued to invest in repair tools and learning new techniques in the repair industry. We will absolutely push repair and upgrade over new to any of our customers. This is not only cheaper but more sustainable.

  • We have teamed up with various organisations i.e. Ifixit, Restarters, Right to repair and more to offer help & advise, as well as sharing information and Pushing for manufactures to commit and change the way they do things.

  • We are taking in E waste from our customers, separating the components and reusing as much as possible. We scrap only the items which cannot be recycled or repurposed in any way, shape or form. This keeps as much out of land fill as possible.

  • We will continue to invest in tooling and training, to not only grow as a business but to speed up repairs, offer higher quality and more importantly give longer life spans for all electronic and electrical goods.


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