Inside The Mall Where Everything Is Recycled | World Wide Waste

21 Apr 2021
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ReTuna is the world's first secondhand mall. Located next to a recycling center, the Swedish mall repurposes everything from toys to furniture.
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The World Capital Of Recycling's “Secondhand Mall” | World Wide Waste

  • Brilliant!!

    Daiden AhernDaiden Ahern12 jam yang lalu
  • I live in Västerås in Sweden it’s like a 40 min drive and I’m going there to look for some golf clubs

    Adam BeckerAdam Becker20 jam yang lalu
  • They complain if you take stuff from our local tip! You literally have to smuggle it out. It’s completely bonkers!

    bigjd2kbigjd2k2 hari yang lalu
  • Filmed in Sweden but the first persons on my screen is a middle eastern looking man. Multiculturalism is our strength..

    Kosha BullKosha Bull2 hari yang lalu
  • I wish America would do this.

    Kalie FurrKalie Furr2 hari yang lalu
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    Ginger EvansGinger Evans3 hari yang lalu
  • It’s such a good idea to give a convenient option to recycle instead of chucking.

    Kendra WernerKendra Werner3 hari yang lalu
  • Why these sweeds sounds like Russian.

    Gobi singhGobi singh5 hari yang lalu
  • Etsy is a great place to sell used or recycled. I’ve sold $6,000 in 2020 and it was all vintage or antiques with pre-used packaging. I’m a small business too.

    Dawn SDawn S5 hari yang lalu
  • That evisu is straight fire

    Jixxy MansonJixxy Manson5 hari yang lalu
  • These should be everywhere!

    PhiloctetesPhiloctetes5 hari yang lalu
  • The only time I ever get brand new clothes is during Christmas as gifts. Otherwise, its the second hand store is where I get my stuff.

    Jose LedesmaJose Ledesma7 hari yang lalu
  • sweden had to PAY countries to give them TRASH. America will pay all of its debts with their trash

    Martins and Emmanuel OmilusiMartins and Emmanuel Omilusi7 hari yang lalu
  • Detroit needs this.

    salemdesigns65salemdesigns658 hari yang lalu
  • We have lots of these in southeast asia Europeans and americans throw alot of perfectly good stuff. Such a waste

    doodskie999doodskie9998 hari yang lalu
  • Come to Sharjah UAE industrail Area 6 is Called the second hand market for WHOLE GULF countries

    ishfaq aliishfaq ali8 hari yang lalu
  • Where I live, goodwill & the dollar stores draw the most retail traffic. Speaks volumes about the US economy.

    bgregg55bgregg558 hari yang lalu
  • This makes me all warm and fuzzy 🥰🥰🥰

    Fork That NoiseFork That Noise9 hari yang lalu
  • Hopefully this becomes very popular and hopefully this mall gets more locations I would love one near me

    BeaBea9 hari yang lalu
  • "my boss made me do it"

    Cássio MartinsCássio Martins10 hari yang lalu
  • We need such on stop mall places everywhere in the world.

    Ja YaJa Ya10 hari yang lalu
  • @natalienorthgarden

    jill rerichjill rerich10 hari yang lalu
  • Would 100% work in the NL because were bargain hunters and waste disposal costs us money!

    BramBram11 hari yang lalu
  • Bro it’s a huge goodwill

    Obsfire GuardObsfire Guard11 hari yang lalu
  • are you telling me that it's a landa bazar?

    Usama UbaidUsama Ubaid12 hari yang lalu
  • In kerala we have a hole street of this kind of second hand shopes but it is fading evay now. Every time we pass from that street it kind of feels vintage colaction

    Sana fiza sanaSana fiza sana12 hari yang lalu
  • Swedish have the best accent.

    Jeffrey MJeffrey M12 hari yang lalu
  • This is a very sensible system which more places should adopt. It's astonishing that only 1% of Sweden's waste goes to landfills.

    sutatssutats12 hari yang lalu
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    Elmer ShortElmer Short13 hari yang lalu
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    jackson miraclejackson miracle13 hari yang lalu
  • It’s super Swedish

    Angel MendezAngel Mendez13 hari yang lalu
  • Called a thrift store... plenty of em in the us

    gotwoh3llgotwoh3ll13 hari yang lalu
  • Malls once largely fueled the industries that contribute to turning the earth into a toxic dump, now they can help reverse what they catalyzed!

    SumoriSumori13 hari yang lalu
  • the 1mil to throw away donated stuff kinda made me want to vomit

    oBringMeTheDiscoCakeoBringMeTheDiscoCake14 hari yang lalu
  • Now this is Fantastic ! 👍

    Thomas SThomas S14 hari yang lalu
  • Please America plellleaaaassseeee

    Andrea LohseAndrea Lohse14 hari yang lalu
  • If these type of organizations would start in more places, people interested in "restoration" and "trash picking" would probably want to work at these facilities.

    TenFourTenFour14 hari yang lalu
  • 👑

    TheCandiceWangTheCandiceWang14 hari yang lalu
  • This is excellent on every level. Can't wait for the rest of the world to catch up

    Könige-Tochter Ü.Könige-Tochter Ü.15 hari yang lalu
  • What did you do a smart is: they made it look aesthetically pleasing. One of the big issues with buying secondhand in the United States is it’s looked down upon as being trashy or poor but looking at all of the stores you couldn’t say that

    A MoreA More15 hari yang lalu
  • I’d love to see this in Austin, Texas

    A MoreA More15 hari yang lalu

    no bodyno body15 hari yang lalu
  • I am in Ireland, I work at a place where costumers are supposed to throw their items inside general waste, recycling and compost... There are clear signs explaining what goes in each, but they don't give a rats' ass, they throw tins and tin foil inside the compost, the plastic containers are filthy and contaminate all the recyclables (there is a sink/tap right beside the bins)... People are lazy and disgusting.

    Julie JayJulie Jay15 hari yang lalu
  • its a giant flee market

    daniel yeroshalmidaniel yeroshalmi15 hari yang lalu
  • I bet this is going to be in one of the Nordic countries. EDIT: Yep

    DaveDave15 hari yang lalu
  • This is beyond inspiring

    Ashley SmithAshley Smith15 hari yang lalu
  • As an american, I am highly embarassed.

    Pang KuePang Kue16 hari yang lalu
  • A Thrift Mall?! Very cool!

    edvaira6891edvaira689116 hari yang lalu
  • Who's the hot chick? Anyone knows her name??

    Wess LeeWess Lee16 hari yang lalu
    • bruh

      RedStone576RedStone57614 hari yang lalu
  • ngl id shop here everyday if there was one in my country

    angela wongangela wong16 hari yang lalu
  • What a great idea

    Victory ChangVictory Chang16 hari yang lalu
  • I love Sweden now

    Jan Christopher TanJan Christopher Tan16 hari yang lalu
  • Why can America be like Sweden, that country's recycling program is perfect.

    Henry KuhnHenry Kuhn17 hari yang lalu
  • great,love this way of life.

    ssss17 hari yang lalu
  • Oooohhh that's pretty cool... I want one where I live!

    M JamesM James17 hari yang lalu
  • Sofia the mall manager is so gorgeous! 💕

    Joseph YangJoseph Yang17 hari yang lalu
  • Its Sweden, they are súper respectful, Smart, Wells behaved and and empathic thats why that that works In my country the president doesnt believe in climate change

    Zarate Labastida DanielaZarate Labastida Daniela17 hari yang lalu
  • Sweet

    mikenzie Suarezmikenzie Suarez18 hari yang lalu
  • They become so good at recycling, that they have to buy trash from other countries. Now that is something. 👏👏👏

    ganesrraj arjunanganesrraj arjunan18 hari yang lalu
  • Key point is government investment. In the US this would just be called 'socialism', like so many worthwhile uses for public money.

    illizard8illizard818 hari yang lalu
  • please the only question i have is what is the foot fall compared to other similar size shopping centres

    Domonik OldhamDomonik Oldham18 hari yang lalu
  • yeah this only work in the "1st world"

    Jamie MacDonaldJamie MacDonald18 hari yang lalu
  • I think every state here in the US needs one. So many brick and mortar bldgs and empty Malls

    Budster70Budster7018 hari yang lalu
  • It's nothing new it's called a thrift store

    Jarrod BagwellJarrod Bagwell18 hari yang lalu
  • They have one mall. WE HAVE GOODWILL!!! HELLOOOOO!

    ABobABob18 hari yang lalu
  • Sweden have a lotta English speakers unlike Germany 🙄

    ehijie Okpiabheleehijie Okpiabhele18 hari yang lalu
  • 6:17 Even without this... Sweden 🇸🇪 (and Europe in general) is 💯 smarter than Americans 🇺🇸 for recycling

    bwvidsbwvids19 hari yang lalu
  • 3rd world countries be like: Is that a new thing to you guys?

    reyes johnnyreyes johnny19 hari yang lalu
  • Too bad Canada and the USA are too corrupt to ever implement something like this. This will just talk about going green then do nothing but people believe them anyway.

    beatyouoncebeatyouonce19 hari yang lalu
  • I WISH this would take off in FULL force in the United States! Our recycling is kinda a joke really compared to the scale at which Sweden even organizes their trash to go to in 7 different colored bags and we can’t even get people to stop and recycle basic items or to “care” enough to stop being LAZY! Sigh 😔

    Just JacquilynJust Jacquilyn19 hari yang lalu
  • the 66 people who disliked, hates earth.

    {!¡-:[ Girl Who Does Stuff ]:-¡!}{!¡-:[ Girl Who Does Stuff ]:-¡!}19 hari yang lalu
  • good job 👍

    Lan tiLan ti19 hari yang lalu
  • this is such a great idea...that would never work here in the States. Sadly. Sweden has been doing this kind of thing for decades, it's now ingrained in them. Here...not so much.

    JekkuJekku19 hari yang lalu
  • Recycling stores should not be owned by the government or subsidized. Less government control and interaction = better working facilities. (In the USA anyway)

    Ben JacksonBen Jackson19 hari yang lalu
  • "They don't get any money. They just do it by heart" Nice thought process. Except its really just people trying to drop off their old shit for free.

    Ben JacksonBen Jackson19 hari yang lalu
  • So it's a big giant Goodwill?

    MrBakedDailyMrBakedDaily19 hari yang lalu
  • We need this in 🇺🇸

    Resident EV1LResident EV1L19 hari yang lalu
  • Same in Finland they have wonderful recycling centers and shops I got some amazing stuff and the original pricetags are mind-blowing designer items aswell you have to hunt stuff

    Emma Amanda MilliEmma Amanda Milli20 hari yang lalu
  • hi

    Some GuySome Guy20 hari yang lalu
  • Eskilstuna is also known for it's high consumption of black-market amphetamines in Sweden :)

    big belixbig belix20 hari yang lalu
  • Sofia's accent is so charming.

    MistseekerMistseeker20 hari yang lalu
  • it’s the culture in the general public’s mind that cares about recycling

  • Give Johann a raise then?

    vercettirulzvercettirulz20 hari yang lalu
  • AWESOME !!

    Chansai Commerce17Chansai Commerce1720 hari yang lalu
  • AMAZING +++++++++++++

    Chansai Commerce17Chansai Commerce1720 hari yang lalu
  • COOL ++++++++++++

    Chansai Commerce17Chansai Commerce1720 hari yang lalu
  • I need to head there

    francisdaprofrancisdapro20 hari yang lalu
  • Excellent, more of it please

    Cassandra KnightCassandra Knight20 hari yang lalu
  • I like the stores that have used stuff, it is a hassle to have search for individual items on craiglist and then drive all over for each one. Where I live people have money, so a lot of them wouldn't consider shopping at a place like this, so the stores that have tried to make have unfortunately closed down. I was able to buy everything for my place at a huge discount, all in new condition, all good quality and saved myself thousands of dollars (kitchen table/chairs, leather recliner/ottoman, full bedroom set, cherry wood office desk/high end office chair, lamps, TV Set/DVD player, computer/monitor, book cases, work area table/chair/tools/garden equipment, etc.. The other reason is most of the furniture stores that sell new items, make you wait weeks/sometimes months to deliver. I just paid the store owner selling used items cash and they delivered everything the next day. The only item I purchased new was my bed/mattress.

    San AnsaSan Ansa20 hari yang lalu
  • Its called a flea market lol we got many in the us

    king korsoking korso20 hari yang lalu
  • A civilized nation the Swedes. At another level. This will never have this taking off in China, Russia , Africa or India. Poor people want shiny new stuff even if they need it or not regardless whether they have the cash to pay for it. Plastic took over these places.

    B MB M20 hari yang lalu
  • USA should more use colorful trash, dumping money of other people is not smart.

    Nazmus SaquibNazmus Saquib20 hari yang lalu
  • Ij Liv in Eskilstuna sveden 🇸🇪🇸🇪

    Elisabeth AhoElisabeth Aho20 hari yang lalu
  • It's just a giant Goodwill

    Brett_KendrickBrett_Kendrick20 hari yang lalu
  • This will NEVER happen in the US! Ppl here don't give rats ass about recycling. Imagine getting americans to throw away their trash in different colored bags, lmao

    rollover36rollover3620 hari yang lalu
  • Another government subsidy program that sounds good and make you "feel good " but doesn't achieve anything meaningful in terms or economic.

    TooRealTooReal20 hari yang lalu
  • I recently tried to get rid of a bunch of stuff I didn't need when I was moving. A huge truck full of stuff ranging from expensive power tools to clothes, toys and furniture. I drove around to 7 different goodwill's and none of them would take it. It really dissuaded me from donating again. Some goodwill's did accept a couple of items but most didn't even take one.

    Salvador MartinezSalvador Martinez20 hari yang lalu
    • What were the reasons they didn't accept them?

      sutatssutats12 hari yang lalu
  • Super cool

    Brian DunnBrian Dunn20 hari yang lalu
  • Why would anyone dislike this? Clean up Mother Earth 🌍

    John SmithJohn Smith20 hari yang lalu
    • It's the schmucks that bought new and paid retail.

      Jeb GarciaJeb Garcia9 hari yang lalu
  • We have these all over America. They're called DIs in Utah (desert industries, church owned) and Salvation armies, Goodwill or junk stores! They just aren't as well run here like this.. the DIs in Utah are very similar to this, just not broken down into many stores.

    Logan FlynnLogan Flynn20 hari yang lalu