In this post, we’d like to introduce you to two ways Amazon FBA sellers can help protect the environment. The first option is FBA liquidations, which are available in several countries with Amazon Marketplace. In addition, FBA sellers have the option to donate excess inventory.

How Amazon FBA Sellers Can Help Protect the Environment

In this blog, we have already informed you about an environmentally friendly option that allows you to sell returns as used items. In addition to that, we would now like to introduce you to another option: FBA Liquidations with Amazon’s liquidation partners. The program, which is available in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, even offers the possibility of recovering the value of returned goods. Thus, there is less waste that pollutes our environment. Amazon circles say that the new program is meant to ensure that a circular economy is created. It also aims to reuse more products. In order to create incentives for participation and to protect the environment, the costs for Amazon FBA sellers are to be reduced accordingly.

At this point, we would like to inform you that there is currently a promotion with which you can get free liquidations. The offer is valid until 7 September 2021 and you can find more details in this article.

Donate Excess Inventory

In addition to selling returns as used products and receiving liquidations, there is a third way FBA sellers can help the environment: They can donate the inventory they didn’t sell as well. The process for doing so is automated and already established in the US, UK and France. In fact, the program has already been introduced there in 2019 and in France in 2020. The numbers speak for themselves: over 67 million products have been donated since then.

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