"Already, 5,000 Londoners are on to it: borrowing anything from sound systems to sewing machines from a catalogue of around 50 items. They are the pioneers of the Library of Things (LoT) model, which helps people to save money and reduce waste by affordably renting out household items. They’ve collectively saved around 50 tonnes of waste from landfill since it all began."

@strypey I was about to join a similar project half a dozen years back in NL. The thing didn't take off though, pretty much same business idea. Wonder if it's the buffed up conscience that would help it succeeding this time?

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