Promoting a circular economy
A circular economy is different from the typical linear economy that we’ve gotten used to, whereby products are made, used, and destroyed. Technology adds to a growing e-waste problem.
With a circular economy, unwanted or used products are given a fresh breath of life via lifecycle extension services, such as repair and refurbishment. A once pre-loved device can become re-loved, avoiding landfill.
Where the more costly option of screen replacement isn’t viable, the whole device may be scrapped, even though all the other components are fully functional.
LCD repair limits the devices heading to landfill. It removes the damaged layers in a more cost-efficient way than replacing the entire screen. By adding a donor screen, the phone becomes fully functional with its value and condition restored to like new.
The used, pre-loved device once had a broken screen and was no longer wanted. LCD repair restores its condition and extends its life so the device can go on to be re-loved, promoting a circular economy.