InPost offered Elektro Returns, the return of used electrical and electronic equipment via Parcel Lockers, without additional terms and fees, the company said. In this way, you can give up laptops, computers, phones, tablets, small household appliances, radios, audio and video equipment, photographic equipment, electrical gadgets, electronic toys and even drones or sports equipment.

“By returning equipment you don’t use that is potentially efficient, you give it a chance to be reused by another person or organization – and thus have a positive impact on the environment. The service cost and carbon footprint will be lower than producing a new device with similar functionality and standards. If Service costs have exceeded production costs, the equipment will undergo recycling processes, as a result of which valuable raw materials will be recovered, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as plastic and glass.By returning equipment, you consciously care about the environment, and your actions align with the ideas of Zero Waste and Reuse, which are important components of a circular economy. The equipment that has been delivered must be reused, and it must bring its diagnostics or repairs back to use without any negative impact on the environment” InPost President Rafai Brzuska said in the press release.

The equipment goes to a professional company, where its efficiency and the possibility of partial or complete reuse are checked. The device will be tested according to EU standards for reuse, underlined.

InPost is an e-commerce delivery platform. Founded in 1999 by Rafał Brzoska in Poland, InPost has a network of parcel lockers in Poland, Great Britain and Italy and also provides courier and full shipping services to e-commerce sellers in Poland. In 2020, InPost processed 249 million packages via Paczkomaty, in collaboration with more than 26,000 e-sellers. The company’s mobile app – InPost Mobile has over 6 million active users. In January 2021, InPost debuted on Euronext Amsterdam.

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Source: ISBnews