Ed Cotton: The End Of Obsolescence: Branded Refurbishing/Updating Centers

Ed Cotton: The End Of Obsolescence: Branded Refurbishing/Updating Centers
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While most categories demand obsolescence, perhaps too many corporations and brands are only too willing and eager to let their customers give up on the products too fast and send them to landfill.

Ed Cotton, BSSP
  • 27 july 2010

While most categories demand obsolescence, perhaps too many corporations and brands are only too willing and eager to let their customers give up on the products too fast and send them to landfill. Clearly, there’s a long-term sustainability issue with this, but also there’s no real alternative, but what if there was?

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