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Recycling Clothes

It is a surprising statistic, but it is estimated that approximately 60% of clothing is simply thrown away, when the vast majority of it is still perfectly wearable.

If this applies to you then why not give old clothing to a charty shop where it can benefit someone else, and there are also clothing banks that can be used.

Indeed some councils in the UK now also do a textiles collection and this can also be a simple way to recycle clothes and ensure that they are not wasted once you have outgrown them or decided they are not in fashion any more - or simply don't want the items of clothing.

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