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  1. FIVE REASONS Supporting A Charity BENEFITS YOUR BUSINESS

    Employees Feel Good About The Company Philanthropy & corporate giving campaigns show staff & employees that you care about more than just the bottom line.   Gain New Perspectives Giving and volunteering helps a company see the world through the community’s perspective, which strengthens the understanding of how the company fits into that community.   [read more…]

  2. SEA POLLUTION THE SKINNY ON TRASHING NON- BIODEGRADABLES

    OCEAN WASTE IS GROWING Non-biodegradable waste being dumped into oceans in USA is rising by the day. 142,000 Pet bottles are thrown in the sea everyday!   WASTE IS UNTREATED Only about 12.5% of discarded plastic items in the US is currently recycled. The rest is thrown into the ocean or in landfills. By 2020, [read more…]

  3. Slash Emissions With Textile Recycling!

    Textile recycling is the process through which old clothing and other textiles are reused. What’s necessary for textile recycling to be carried out correctly is the efficacy of the process of donation, collection and processing of textiles. What else counts in the process is the subsequent delivery of these precuts to the consumer.   Proponents [read more…]

  4. How Sustainable Fashion Can Cut Textile Waste and Pollution

    The fast fashion industry is the second-biggest polluter on the planet, followed by the oil industry. From sourcing of textiles to discarding of used-clothes, the fashion industry pollutes the environment in some way or the other at every step.   The drying up of rivers in third-world countries, the growth of landfills in locations around [read more…]

  5. Why Pollution by the Fashion Industry is such a Huge Problem

    The fast fashion industry is set up to promote rapid bulk production of cheap but trendy clothing; these clothes are shipped to brand stores all over the world within a few weeks after production to be displayed on racks. The designs of major fast fashion brands like Primark, TopShop and Forever 21 can be produced [read more…]

  6. The Environmental Hazards of Textile Waste water in India

    The textile and fashion industries are massive contributors to global environmental pollution. An article in the New York Times stated that 85% of textile waste ends up in landfills.   The textile industry is booming in India. It contributes to almost 7% of the industrial output in the country. According to a study by Mondal, Baksi and Bose, [read more…]

  7. Thrift Shopping Facts You Should Know

    A report by the Nordic Council of Ministers showed that:   Used textiles and their global exports save over 18 BILLOIN gallons of water.   And nearly 200,000 TONS of carbon dioxide emissions on an annual basis.   The fashion industry is the 3rd Largest user of water after oil and paper on a global scale. [read more…]

  8. CONSEQUENCES OF EXCESSIVE SHOPPING HOW THE ENVIRONMENT SUFFERS

    Production, consumerism, and post-consumer options in the textile industry have made it one of the most polluting industries in the world.   It is responsible for using an extravagant amount of fresh water.   Consuming natural resources is a huge part of the textile industry.   From agriculture and harvesting to processing, production and shipping, [read more…]

  9. A Case for Thrift Shopping

      America is going through a clothing crisis, and textile waste management—or the lack thereof—is one of the biggest culprits. The ratio of textile generation vs. recycling and landfilling is shocking, but even more worrisome is the lack of awareness around sustainable production, textile reuse, and profitable thrift shopping.   A report by the Nordic Council [read more…]

  10. 4 Ways to Make Fashion Greener

    Did you know that people around the world still don’t believe in eco-friendly fashion, or consider it a fashion choice for ‘tree huggers.’ The biggest misconception about them is that eco-friendly items are made of worn-down and leftover fabrics and lack a sense of style; this couldn’t be further from the truth.   Even though [read more…]


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