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REMAKE is a free community-based repair project that holds Repair Parties at universities around the world with a fun, collaborative spirit. We thrive on skill-sharing and collaborative learning to fix technology and our relationship with it!

E-waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams across the world.

We know the pace of our consumption has real social and environmental costs. And we know people are frustrated with the throwaway culture around them. But we can do something about it.

Has an immediate impact
Creates a safe learning environment
Helps in the fight for more sustainable products in the market



CO₂ Emissions Prevented

2434 KG

Waste Prevented

38 KG

Overconsumption of consumer electronics is a widespread problem in most urban nuclei

 While society-wide action must be carried out to fix this problem, we can still do our little bit, starting with our own community. What REMAKE is trying to do is a minor action focused on the mid- to end-stage of consumer electronics’ lifecycle, but which has been shown to have major implications throughout this and other industries: repairing.

We believe that

A lack of understanding surrounding Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)and its effects
The overtly unfriendly third-party repair policies of most of Silicon Valley’s companies, and
A social context built around consumerism

― are largely to blame for the situation most developed economies have seen themselves in, not only in terms of WEEE, but in overall waste.

Yet, repairing, if done correctly and with the proper supervision, can be easy, fun, cheap and a great opportunity for the public to learn more about their own devices. As popularly promoted by iFixit, a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix almost anything

Repair saves you money. It saves the environment. And it connects us to our things.

Repair is Noble from ifixit.org
Hours Volunteered


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We plan to change the landscape by


Our team

Fernando García Albero
Fernando García Albero


Now a public policy master's student, I have been fixing stuff since I was a teenager.

Strongly passionate about society, environment and technology and finding ways to produce impactful change in the world other than by going vegan.

Nupur Dhawan
Nupur Dhawan

UCL Branch Coordinator

With ample work experience in consultancy, I have now deciced to learn more about NGO work in sustainability.

I am thrilled to see how much this community has achieved to date, and I am excited to be part of this journey

Find me around UCL anytime!

Johnson Chong
Johnson Chong

HKUST Branch Coordinator

Year 3 Computer Engineering local student and baseball addict.

I am enthusiastic about anything that makes the Earth a better place for everyone.

Go ahead and send me anything fixable other than phones, anything meaning anything. I’ll gladly fix it for you, if I can…