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Textiles have a significant impact on the environment during their lifecycle. A large amount of water, energy, pesticides, and fertilizers have made the global textile industry one of the most polluting industries in the world. Recycling and refurbishing textiles, fibers, and waste materials is an effective method to build sustainability in the apparel industry.
BRIGHT WAYS TO RECYCLE OLD CLOTHING
To keep 16 million tons of old clothing out of landfills each year, we need to start looking at better options for our unwanted clothes. Here are 5 ways through which one can add the popping element to old boring clothes.
For damaged or ill-fitting clothes, the first thing you should consider before discarding them is repairing them. Add a little spunk and style to make those old outfits brand new.
For a fun and social approach to get rid of your old clothes, consider hosting a clothing swap. Call your friends to gather their unwanted clothing that is in good condition and breathe new life into your closet with your new secondhand finds.
If you’re in love with your clothes despite their holes and tears, you can always patch them up or create a new style out of them!
If the pieces you’re looking to give away still have tags or are barely worn, you can quickly throw them on an online re-selling website and make money without ever leaving your home.
There’s plenty of things to do with clothes that can’t be donated. All you need is time and a bit of creativity to get it done.
We at Thousand Folds want to make a difference by making choices that are environment friendly and people friendly.
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