This association repairs home appliances to give them a new life

Giving home appliances a second life. That’s what this French association is doing to prevent waste. And thanks to them, over 3,000 products found a new home in 2019. Brut nature took a tour of their workshops. Here is how it works.

01/05/2020 10:00 AM
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  • Abdelouahab K.
    20 hours


  • Adhie R.
    a day

    I wouldnt be lying if he didnt look like Carl from UP

  • Ганболд Д.
    a day

    Of course these all fixable...

  • Zakaria T.
    a day

    Great work

  • Josue M.
    a day

    Good. Nuestras sociedades modernas, Materialistas, son de usar botar , no les parece reparar y darle uso .

  • عبد ا.
    a day


  • Kuswanta T.
    2 days

    It's me.

  • Manjali E.
    3 days

    Izin share...

  • Asif I.
    3 days

    In Pakistan we given him life to life until his every part says goodbye

  • Kiki S.
    4 days

    Hebat pinter

  • Emard C.
    4 days

    Been there than that - Philippines 🇵🇭

  • Matias C.
    4 days

    Great idea!!!!!!

  • Jorge L.
    5 days

    Que genialidad

  • Nahuel M.
    5 days

    Ici, dans la région, nous faisons quelque chose de similaire, mais à cause de la pauvreté et de la petite taille, nous le sommes.

  • Jeffrey D.
    5 days

    Nice strategy benched mark from small repair store. Business as usual.

  • Smith J.
    6 days

    Motherboards are the Achilles heels. I just scrapped a dishwasher because of that......

  • Mohamed M.
    7 days

    130و150اورو بالنسبة الغسالة القديمة السعر غالي ليست هناك فرق كبير بينها وبين الجديدة

  • ''-Bhustanul I.
    01/18/2020 17:51

    in indonesia we call thats " madura "🤣🤣🤣

  • Kang N.
    01/18/2020 04:41

    no one repair a thing anymore, but these guys are amazing...

  • Nazim A.
    01/18/2020 04:32

    Great wishes