Design engineer Scott Amron envisages a new way to help you sell, donate, rent or revive stuff you no longer need (or shouldn’t have bought in the first place)
We at TreeHugger are not alone in bemoaning the influence of Amazon on people’s buying habits, that patented single click, that instant gratification of knowing that the next day your purchase will arrive. Buying stuff has never been so easy and it works; people buy so much. (Full disclosure: I used to own a piece of a bookstore and online shopping helped sink it)
Another concern has alway been the waste. What people do with it all. It may have been a dumb purchase, needs may have changed, or it may have worn out. What do you do then? Amazon is setting up physical locations where you can return stuff that’s new and unused, but what about when they no longer meet those criteria for return?
Scott Amronis proposing a concept to deal …