The Danish møbelgigant Jysk in Sweden cut their furniture up and dump them in a container.
It writes the Swedish Expressen, where a journalist has dug a pillow, a mattress and an upholstered chair, there clearly has been cut up, rather than from skraldecontaineren.
There is nota case of a container for a combustible, where the furniture lay together with other wastes such as empty cardboard boxes and plaststykker - that is the destruction of goods has not been sorted in a way so that they can be reused.
No one can therefore take advantage of the furniture.
According to Expressen it is not unique to the Jysk store, they are bringing pictures of. They found several broken items at other Jysk stores.
This is despite the fact that Jysk is writing on both their Swedish and Danish website, that Jysk 'want to reduce our change and the negative influence of the environment'.
The Swedish head of communications at Jysk, Sandra Martinsson, explains to the media that the furniture in the first place has been thrown out, because it has been assessed that you do not want to sell them.
Staff cuts, therefore the furniture up, so they can't be snapped in against the other, because møbelkæden experience fraud.
- We are as a company exposed for the fraud that some are taking things from our containers and go back into the store to complain about it. So the goods, we estimate can no longer be used, we are destroying on the way, she says.
Why the goods, as Expressen has undergone, has not been thrown out of the separation, can kommunikationschefen not answer.
At Jysk in Denmark assure you that the lack of waste sorting must be a mistake.
- When things are not sorted properly in Sweden, it is a mistake, beats the Rune Jungberg Pedersen, communications manager at Jysk in Denmark, real.
Rune Jungberg Pedersen know well to the case in Sweden and says that in Denmark for a period of time also cut the furniture up when they were thrown out, but that has gone away from the method.
- First and foremost, it must be said that there is any thing that gets thrown out, if they don't fail anything.
- It is true that traditionally have cut the product with a utility knife, but we mark the item with the yellow paint under the bottom, so the product can still be used, tells kommunikationschefen.
Like the Swedish head of communications explains Rune Jungberg Pedersen, to mark the goods, to assess the should not be sold.
- the thing is, Jysk has an unconditional return policy without receipt, where the problem can be that people can take from the container and swap it in the store, he says.
If a product can not be sold in stores, Danish Jysk, a collaboration with the Church Members, who can come and pick up the furniture, saith the kommunikationschefen.