GreenDust may not be one of the most popular websites at the moment, but the site offers a good alternative to those who want to buy refurbished products for cheap. It offers customers and bulk buyers an option to purchase unused, branded factory seconds, surplus, overstock, and refurbished products at the lowest prices available. For each returned product, each item is checked at least twice for proper working condition and quality, so QC control is well-handled. Additionally, service warranty can be purchased as well. Their product categories keep changing, but the website carries electronic gadgets, laptops, mobiles, mobile accessories, Bluetooth headsets, computers, accessories, batteries, laptops, refrigerators, ACs, washing machines, digital cameras, audio, video, LCDs, LEDs, games, mixers, JMG, irons, cook tops, blenders, heaters, personal care products, health care, and more product categories across popular brands like Sony, Samsung, LG, Videocon, Onida, Panasonic, Phillips, HTC, Palm, Toshiba, Blackberry, Apple, Nokia, Kodak, Sony Ericsson, BenQ, Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Karbonn, Micromax, Whirlpool, Glen and INALSA.

What a waste!

What a waste!

The products come with a warranty and are supported by a pan-India service network. They support multiple payment options on all popular brands. GreenDust aims to be the destination for buyers who are looking for a reliable and trustworthy place to shop for killer deals on factory seconds. According to the company, by shopping with them, you are also supporting the environment and a greener, healthier future as they strive to reduce waste that would have otherwise polluted the environment. GreenDust already has over 300,000 happy customers who have pledged to make a difference.The company supports the online shopping experience through physical retail stores.  They have over 30 stores and plan to have over 100 within 6 months. More information and their current products on sale can be viewed out here

On a similar note, e-waste in the country is reaching alarming levels and not much is really being done about it. With this rate of development in technology, e-waste generation is increasing at a similar rate. The simple rule is that people ditch old electronic goods for new ones, however they’re not really ‘ditched’ and accumulate into e-waste. This is definitely a good start in the right direction. 

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