Exploration Dutch repair infrastructure

Repairing is an important element in the transition to a circular economy. The repair strategy comes after refuse, redesign and reuse, making it the highest strategy for defective devices on the R-ladder. A larger repair sector would have positive effects on both material use and employment. In practice, however, consumers often opt for a new or replacement product rather than repair. This research takes a closer look at the Dutch repair infrastructure.

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