IKEA wants to make furniture buyback permanent in the US

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IKEA Baltimore location | Credit: Distributed Solar Development
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IKEA Baltimore location | Credit: Distributed Solar Development

The 'buyback' scheme is part of the Swedish retail giant's effort to become a circular business by 2030

In the Conshohocken borough of Pennsylvania, IKEA is buying back furniture from customers. At least until later this month. The buyback program, part of the company's effort to become a circular business...

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