Useful things

According to the waste hierarchy, the primary aim is to produce as little waste as possible. The longer life length of an object, the less waste will occur. This means that you should use things as long as possible and avoid buying new ones.

When you have unnecessary but useful things or when your children’s cloths and sports gear become too small, see if they could be reused before throwing them away. Flea markets and help organizations, such as the Red Cross, the Star of Hope, the Salvation Army and UFF receive useful items and clothing. On Facebook you can also find groups where you can donate superfluous stuff.

In 2019 Stormossen started Minimossen’s activity to manage useful things for recycling instead of waste. Read more about Minimossen.