This year, we wanted Repair for Everyone which meant organising a Repair Day that was bigger than it’s ever been. Let’s take a look at what happened.
Repair a laptop, fix the system.
The Restart Project helps people learn how to repair their broken electronics, and rethink how they consume them in the first place.Learn more about us
You’re invited to a Restart Party!
Participate in a free community repair event, where volunteer fixers will help you learn how to repair your broken or slow devices - and tackle the growing mountain of e-waste.
Keep up to date with our latest news from community repair and the right to repair.
We’re delighted to launch our new Repair and Reuse Declaration to celebrate Repair Day, with a whopping 125 (and counting) groups signed up.
Learn more about what we are asking from the UK government in the Repair and Reuse Declaration
Restart is a people-powered project. Together with our growing network, we run community repair events around the world and use the stories we collect to help demand better, more sustainable products for all.
kg waste prevented
kg CO2 prevented
Our platform brings together community repairers, organisers and activists. Together we publicise events, log repairs, measure our environmental impact and talk about all things community repair.
We collect data on repair from our community events and we use the data to provide insights into the devices we see.