Cult Fave Brand Floyd Launched a Recycling Program a Year in the Making

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Earth Month is always a good time to reconsider how we might lessen our impact on the planet. Thankfully, brands are thinking of ways to make this easier, from the buying phase to the recycling process.

Today, direct-to-consumer company Floyd announced a new program called Full Cycle, an effort that has been in the making for over a year now. According to the brand, 9.5 million tons of furniture end up in the landfill ever year. While it might be exciting to buy something new and shiny for our homes every so often, it's important to think about how this might affect the environment in the long run.

Now, Floyd customers can take advantage of Full Cycle, described as the brand's "center for extending the lifecycle of our products." Returned or slightly imperfect Floyd items will be on sale for up to 50% off (after being carefully inspected) and if you already have a Floyd item, but it needs some love, the team is ready to give you replacements on the parts that need care.

In addition, Floyd wants to help customers find their nearest recycling location. The brand plans to create a recycling database; you can currently sign up for the waitlist on the Full Cycle page.

Learn more about the program here.

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