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Re-use stores across Scotland prove second-hand is superb

Want to add some extra style to your home or wardrobe, and spare your wallet?

Shopping second-hand is the way to go – and there’s now more stores than ever certified with Scotland’s quality standard.

The Revolve kitemark gives shoppers confidence that they’re buying high-quality goods from a reputable retailer and can expect an excellent customer experience. There are now 122 Revolve certified stores across Scotland.

Social enterprise Miixer’s Zero Waste Hub in Dunbar, the Salvation Army’s central Edinburgh Donation Centre, Instant Neighbour’s four stores in Aberdeen, and Sense Scotland’s 17 re-use shops are among the latest to be certified to the Revolve quality standard.

Every year, thousands of re-usable items needlessly end up in landfill in Scotland, including around 125,000 sofas and around 365,000 TVs. Yet by choosing to buy from or donate to re-use stores people can help keep valuable products and materials in use for longer – saving money, supporting local communities, and protecting the environment in the process.

To find your nearest Revolve certified store visit www.revolvereuse.com 

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