OWC has joined the Repair Association as a company manager. As a provider of technological upgrades and a strong supporter of the environment, the OWC believes that the problems of monopolized repair and legislation around the issue must be clearly addressed to allow all consumers, including their customers, to continue to have the ability to extend the lives of their computers, digitally. equipment, appliances and more.
"The OWC was founded on the principle of maximizing the benefit of all the resources consumed and with the understanding that great resources go into production. Even recycling is extremely wasteful when ease of use makes it much easier to use and even allows many things Better than they were new and even better than some new versions of the same, it is smart environmental management and is not just the right thing to do for future generations, but it also provides good financial sense, says OWC founder and CEO Larry O & # 39; Connor. "We at OWC have worked tirelessly to build sustainable practices at all levels of our business and have always believed sustainability is synonymous with success." He continued. "For over 30 years, OWC has provided customers with products that support them to maximize the life of the technology and improve the performance of that technology by providing better upgrades and DIY videos from the factory. This helps keep your electronics beneficial for longer, helping consumers keep more dollars in their pockets. We are proud of joining the Repair Association and supporting them in their nationwide mission to pass the Fair Repair legislation. "
The Repair Association is a growing network of over 300 member organizations, small businesses, non-profit and consumer guardians, working to support repair-friendly laws, regulations, and standards so that all consumers and small businesses have access to the parts, tools, and service information they need .
Gay Gordon-Byrne, CEO of The Repair Association, said "The Association is pleased to welcome OWC to our growing network of over 300 member organizations, small businesses, non-profit and pro-consumer guardians. Their decades of sustainability support and DIY upgrades make them a perfect partner in the fight for this right. "
Repairs Affiliate Industries include all consumer electronics, medical devices, appliances, IOT, agriculture, and more. The Repair Association works to support repair-friendly legislation, regulations, and standards to allow all consumers and small businesses access to the parts, tools, and service information they provide. Consumers can find out more about how they should advocate for themselves and whether there is a right to repair the bill in their condition on stand up for repair.
About the Repair Association
The Repair Association, formally Digital Right to Repair Coalition, was founded in 2013 as a member-driven non-profit, with a mission to support high-tech repair, re-use, resale and recycling industries, ranging from DIY hobbyists and independent repairers to multinational repair services, environmentalists. and consumer-oriented guardians, including US PIRG and Consumer Reports .