Are you concerned about the impact of your consumer choices on the environment? Consider this: sustainable products with repairable parts not only reduce waste but also save you money in the long run. Don't just take our word for it - studies show that choosing repairable products is a responsible choice that can also save your organization money.
There are many examples of sustainable products with repairable parts, including:
- Fairphone: A smartphone that is designed to be modular and easily repairable. Users can replace individual components, such as the screen, battery, or camera, without replacing the entire phone.
- Patagonia Clothing: Patagonia is known for its durable clothing and offers a product repair program. Customers can send their clothing to be repaired rather than buy new items.
- iFixit: A company that offers repair guides and sells replacement parts for a wide range of consumer electronics, from smartphones to laptops to gaming consoles.
- KitchenAid stand mixers: KitchenAid mixers are designed to last for decades and have many replaceable parts, including the motor, gears, and attachments.
- Tinker Watches: Tinker Watches is a Dutch company that makes watches with interchangeable parts, so customers can easily switch out the band, face, and other components.
But it's not enough to just choose sustainable products. It's time to take action and support companies that prioritize sustainability. By choosing sustainable products with repairable parts, consumers can help reduce waste and support companies committed to reducing their environmental impact.
CTL strives to offer affordable out-of-warranty repair options and make our parts available years after the original market launch. When products have reached the end of their useful lives, we also offer trade-in and recycling services for our customers.
To find out more about CTL’s approach to sustainability and lifecycle management, please visit:
- https://ctl.net/pages/chrome-os-as-a-service-caas for information about CTL’s unique Chrome as a Service (CaaS) program to help schools build sustainable 1:1 Chromebook programs.
- https://buyback.ctl.net for information on CTL’s end-of-life Chromebook buyback program.
- https://ctl.net/pages/climate-positive for information on CTL’s Climate Positive initiative to plant a tree for every ctl.net order.
- https://ctl.net/pages/electronics-recycling-takeback for information about CTL’s e-waste recycling takeback program in every state.
- https://ctl.net/collections/chromebook-parts for a listing of available spare parts by model.
By supporting sustainable products, we can drive positive change for the environment. Join us in this important mission and make a difference today.