A revolution in retail recycling? | Rethink Sustainability

Unwanted goods create mountains of waste and cost retailers hundreds of billions of dollars. The FT’s Helen Barrett explores the latest moves by big brands like Ikea and Decathlon to resell and recycle damaged and rejected stock that would other side be broken down or discarded.


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