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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Textile Recycling REUSE CARE, HELP AND TO WASTE 15 MILLION TONS OF CLOTHING END UP IN LANDFILLS ANNUALLY BETWEEN 2000 AND 2014TEXTILE WASTE HAS INCREASED 38% It is estimated that 1 in 10 people in the United States has thrown away an item due to faded color, stains or a mishappen during washing IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA... TODAY'S REALITY EXTENDING THE LIFE OF CLOTHING... BY JUST 9 MONTHS CARBON WASTE WATER BY 30% WOULD REDUCE RESOURCE COSTS BY 20% ONLINE REPAIR COMMUNITY IFIXIT.COM OFFERS FREE VISUAL REPAIR MANUALS FOR DIFFERENT CLOTHING ITEMS REPAIR AND ALTER YOUR CLOTHING INSTEAD OF BUYING MORE... THESE PERFECTLY WEARABLE ITEMS CAN BE ALTERED BY TAILORS AND CLEANERS OR AND CUT DONATED, SHARED, SOLD FOR RE-USE CONSUMERS HAVE $50 BILLION WORTH OF CLOTHING HANGING IN THEIR CLOSETSTHAT HASN'T BEEN WORN IN OVER A YEAR MOST COMMONLY BECAUSE IT NO LONGER FITS WITH PROPER CARE WELL MADE GARMENTS CAN LAST FOR DECADES Slavin, J. (2008). Position of the american dietetic assocation: health implications of dietary fiber. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 108: 1716-1731. Harvard University Health Services (2004). Fiber content of foods in common portions. Retrieved from K. Bowers C. Loar C. Sheehan Dietetic Interns Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Eastern Illinois University REPAIR, DRY CLEANERS POVIDE COMPLEMENTARY SERVICES FOR MINOR REPAIRS
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