Green efforts to help combat planned obsolescence

Consumer goods with low life spans means products need to be replaced more frequently. Planned obsolescence has existed for years and is a policy of deliberately creating consumer goods that quickly become obsolete and need to be replaced, which could be because the item was made using nondurable materials, frequently changing the designs for next gen models, or terminating the supply of replacement parts. Thus, these types of products are not only purposely designed to ensure that consumers will end up spending more in the long run to replace them,…

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