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Recycling Focused Shopping Mall

ReTuna Recycling shopping mall in Sweden is a pinnacle of inspiration for the recycling culture worldwide.

Culture Compass
Culture Compass
7.5
GenderMale, Female, Others
Age BracketYoung Adults, Grown Ups
GeographyEurope

Organizations from all over the world are devising solutions that have a long term effect on the health of our planet. To fight the global crisis of plastic and its harmful effect in our environment companies all over the world are trying to bring ideas to showcase the importance of recycling. For the better part of the century, the awareness about the benefits of recycling is targetted as a new feature to attract customers and save our environment too.

ReTuna shopping mall has tapped the very important process of recycling by creating the world’s first 2 floored recycling shopping mall, it consists of 14 professional shops selling everything completely recycled from clothes to DIY tools. This one of its kind shopping malls is one of the biggest examples of the popularity of recycling culture worldwide.

Established on 28th August 2015, the mall allows everyone to come and donate their used goods ranging from furniture, toys, clothes, electronic devices, and decorative items to be recycled and reused again. Even though the mall was set up 5 years of today, the concept of reuse and recycle of one’s pre-loved items are here to stay. Undoubted recycling and reusing plastic goods is the most effective way, to prolong the life of an article which would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. Being more than just a marketplace, ReTuna aims to be a public educator, focusing on sustainability.

The Eskiltuna High School conducts its one-year education program “Recycle Design – Återbruk” on the premises to teach. ReTuna also opened its door for 28 different countries and over 200 Swedish municipalities who wanted to learn their methods for recycling.

References – ReTuna and Daily Scandinavian

Culture Compass
7.5
While every plastic has no less than a life of 500 years on our Earth, it is important for us to find new ways to upcycle these plastic products but it is equally important to keep the long known effective ways of decreasing plastic impact. Recycling is one such trend, which has been with the world for more than a century but still holds a lot of creative potential inside it. Retuna has discovered one such way to promote sustainability amongst the key consumers of plastic, people tend to show their care for the world by using recycled goods and thus making it an essential component in the manifesto of many businesses.

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  • Inventiveness 6.0
  • Engagement 8.0
  • Human Centricity 8.0

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