Circular economy retailer Circonomy opens purpose-built store in Melbourne

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Circonomy has established a purpose-built ‘re-commerce’ store in Reservoir, Victoria, to provide shoppers with economical and sustainable options in the face of escalating living costs.

In collaboration with national companies including Catch, Officeworks, David Jones, and Azura, Circonomy provides consumers and businesses with a retail experience, with new products arriving weekly or daily.

The product categories range from office and furniture, pet supplies to homewares, technology, clothes and shoes to baby products. 

The store features a circular economy approach, giving in-store fittings and fixtures a second chance, including finely carved, 1 Westpac DataX, 2022 custom-made timber shelving. Warehouse racking is also reused, and the shopping carts are made locally from recycled milk cartons.

“Circonomy isn’t just a company, it’s a reflection of our values and aspirations,” said founder and chief evangelist, Yas Grigaliunas.

“We want to empower people to make more conscious choices, and our unique recommerce store is a testament to our love for what we do and our commitment to being agents of change.”

Customers can visit Circonomy’s flagship retail store at 3B Newlands Road, Reservoir, or shop online.

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