Why We Must Fight for the Right to Repair our Electronics

Pending U.S. legislation could force manufacturers to make repair parts and information available at fair prices.

Right to Repair: How Repair Legislation Can Reduce Toxic E-Waste

Do you own a smart device? Have you broken the screen or the device needed a repair that was more expensive than it was worth? I’m sure many if not most of all of our readers can sympathize with this above sentiment. You may have even tried taking your device to a third party repair shop only to be told that the repair may not be a 100 percent and may render your phone useless. It’s a very frustrating feeling where many feel like the manufacturers are cornering consumers to purchase a new device rather than having their devices fixed for a low cost.

Reducing E-Waste through Repair Legislation - XS International


We're a proud member of the Repair.org association and an environmentally-friendly ITAD and IT Recycling Provider. What are some ways we can reduce electronic waste rather than being faced with companies illegally exporting toxic electronic waste (e-waste) to developing countries

Update: The Repair Organization’s Repair Bill Gains Traction with Consumers

If you’ve been following tech news closely or are on sites like Reddit, you may have noticed an uptick on news items dealing with e-waste, recycling, and repairing. As a member of the Repair Organization, XSi is a big advocate of reusing, repairing, and recycling all electronic assets.

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