Recycling textile product has been a challenge to the industry especially when we talk about making something out of Denim....
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We are setting up an awareness network
We are setting up an awareness network to alert society to the environmental impact of the textile industry and to seek to create a collection network for used clothing and textile waste to make new environmentally friendly solutions. Watch a video of a sample of what we did with the clothes we collected. We are testing a new applicability that does not destroy the environment and the economy.
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Textile dyeing is the world’s second-largest polluter of water, since the water leftover from the dyeing process is often dumped into ditches, streams, or rivers. What will your children drink?
In total, up to 85% of textiles go into landfills each year. That’s enough to fill the Sydney harbor annually.
The fashion industry is the second-largest consumer of water worldwide.
While people bought 60% more garments in 2014 than in 2000, they only kept the clothes for half as long.
A lot of this clothing ends up in the dump. The equivalent of one garbage truck full of clothes is burned or dumped in a landfill every second.
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In Europe, fashion companies went from an average offering of two collections per year in 2000 to five in 2011. Some brands offer even more. Zara puts out 24 collections per year, while H&M offers between 12 and 16.
0% of all textilesgo to the dump each year
0% more garments in 2014than they did in 2000
0% of all humanity’s carbon emissionsis what the fashion industry produces
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Unlike the petroleum industry and all its derivatives that environmental impact is generally known, few are aware of how polluting the fashion industry is and how many natural resources are consumed in its production.