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According to The Guardian, the company introduced a series of environmental policies last year to help its mandate to lower water consumption, promote energy efficiency, and sustainable product development.“We will be increasingly building a circular Ikea where you can repair and recycle products,” he said.
IKEA hacking is the practice of buying things from IKEA and reengineering — or “hacking” — them to become customized, more functional, and often just better designed stuff.
For the uninitiated, IKEA is just a big furniture store. Swedish meatballs with cream sauce, lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes is undoubtedly the most popular dish, despite a horse meat scare in Europe a year ago.