It’s not working anymore. Or it does? Many times, our household items seem to be broken or not to be functioning properly. Our limited technical capacity prevents us from trying to fix or repair them.

But what if your neighbour knows how to do it? Possibly, they have the skills to fix your lamp or your sewing machine and you might not need to discard them. You will never know until you ask for help.

Repair matters is a local initiative that concentrates people at the same table where they have the chance to help each other. It proves that collaboration between locals can bring many solutions for our household goods, turning waste into valuable products. It enforces the sense of belonging to a community and develops social relations.

Simply, it contributes to a Circular Society.