Harjumaa, Estonia – MTÜ Uuskasutus is appealing for donations of unwanted and unused items from people in Estonia, making it easier for people to recycle products they no longer want or need and making it more affordable for others to get the products that they want by purchasing them on a second hand basis.
The company operates as a non profit organization and is an independent social company that was created by the Good Deed Foundation back in 2004. The aim of the company is to encourage recycling of unused and unwanted items by keeping them in circulation through the request of donations. This then makes it easier for those who are looking for such products to get their hands on high quality second hand items.
The company aims to make choosing second hand goods a natural choice for people in Estonia, with the aim of ensuring that second hand goods are able to compete effectively with brand new items. This will encourage more people to purchase second hand items and will keep products that might otherwise end up being abandoned in circulation.
An official from MTÜ Uuskasutus said: “By donating unwanted or unused items to us, consumers can really do their bit for both the environment and for a very good cause. We can ensure that quality products are kept in circulation and that those who are looking for such products can access them with ease and at an affordable price. We want to make buying second hand goods as natural and competitive as possible and all donations of products are gratefully received.”
In order to donate items consumer can visit the website at http://uuskasutus.ee/ in order to find out what the exact process is. All sorts of items are accepted by way of donations, from clothing and household goods to furniture and more.
To find out more, please visit http://uuskasutus.ee/
About MTÜ Uuskasutus:
MTÜ Uuskasutus is a non profit organization and is an independent social company that was created by the Good Deed Foundation back in 2004.
Company Name: MTÜ Uuskasutus
Contact Person: Katriin Jüriska
Phone: +372 55 530 240
Address:Pärnu mnt 21