Right to repair

What does the Right to Repair Act mean for repair shops?

5:00 - 6:00pm PDT

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California is on the verge of passing the Right to Repair Act. If signed into law, California consumers and independent repair shops will gain access to the parts, tools, and service information needed to repair electronics and appliances. This will make it easier and cheaper for consumers to repair our stuff and keep things out of our landfills.

Join CALPIRG and iFixit to learn what the Right to Repair Act will mean for repair shops. We’ll discuss what information repair shops will gain access to and how that will benefit small businesses across California.

Nathan Proctor, Senior Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair, PIRG
Jenn Engstrom, CALPIRG State Director
Kyle Wiens, CEO, iFixit
Elizabeth Chamberlain, Director of Sustainability, iFixit