Department store Selfridges wants half of its transactions to come from resale, repair, rental or refill by 2030. The company reports this to newspaper The Guardian.
The department store says it is responding to increasing customer demand for more sustainable shopping. Last year, it sold 240 percent more used items, facilitated 28,000 repairs, leased 2,000 items and did 8,000 product refills.
“The most important thing is to get people thinking about how they can extend the life of a product. We enable customers to bring new life to their wardrobe without buying new products,” Andrew Keith, managing director of the department store, told The Guardian.
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