The repair life and it’s implications

WELCOME TO THE PROBLEMS OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY 101.

- THE BUSINESS, TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

  1. Getting products repaired, is not supported by the original manufacturers.
  1. The guy needs skills

PROBLEMS OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY 102.

- THE CONSUMER CULTURE

  1. In the area that I live in, there are six shoe stores, walking distance away from my place. Buying new products has never been easier. I am equipped to use online shopping and the experience go buy a new pair of shoe is much more rewarding than getting a repair job done. Making it much more likely for me to buy than to repair.

-THE CONCLUSION

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