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How to use less and reuse more

Products that you can recharge, refill and reuse many times can help you to save money in the long run – and they can also help to reduce the overall amount of waste that is created.

A person places a turquoise, silicone, ÖVERMÄTT food cover on a glass of chopped watermelon that stands on a chopping board.
A person places a turquoise, silicone, ÖVERMÄTT food cover on a glass of chopped watermelon that stands on a chopping board.

Fewer batteries to buy (or throw away)

LADDA batteries are rechargeable – up to 500 or 1000 times. So they’re more convenient, better for your wallet and generate less waste compared to single-use batteries.

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LADDA rechargeable batteries and charger in the open drawer of a white chest of drawers on which lie toy trains and tracks.
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Transparent, turquoise and pink silicone ÖVERMÄTT food covers on various jars of sauces, on a white worktop.

You can wash and reuse ÖVERMÄTT food covers to cut the waste and cost of one-use plastic wrap or foil.

Two people sit on a picnic blanket as one pours coffee from an UTRUSTNING steel vacuum flask into its black reusable mugs.

Refill, reuse, repeat

Rather than spend on takeout coffees and bottles of water, why not prepare your own drinks in a reusable mug or bottle? Besides cutting down on your expenses, you’ll reduce paper and plastic waste, too.

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A FRAKTA bag for life

The hardwearing, long-lasting FRAKTA bag – for shopping, washing, growing potatoes, moving and more. A reusable bag like this is one way to avoid single-use plastic bags.

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A blue FRAKTA bag, half full of newspapers, on the floor in front of a box of clear-glass KORKEN bottles with stopper.
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