for reusing and recycling IKEA products once our customers no longer want them. I believe IKEA together with our customers, co-workers, suppliers and the rest of society can make a big difference. The 50 million low-energy bulbs purchased at IKEA in the past three years represent energy savings equivalent to the output of four and a half nuclear plants, and substantial reductions of carbon dioxide emissions. This gives just a hint of the potential that lies in the word “together”!
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