Planned obsolescence

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Planned obsolescence is where a designer purposely creates a product to become faulty/break and become useless after a short period of time. Many of these products, unfortunately, are made from non renewable, non sustainable materials such as fossil fuels. This means that when we discard of them, they will clog up landfills and due to them mostly being non-biodegradable, the products will pollute the ground. Not only this, but when the products are being…

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