Wear, Donate, Recycle. I always give my clothes to thrift and buy from thrift when I can! #earth

Fashion infographic & data visualisation Council for Textile Recycling Infographic Description We consume about 82 lbs of textiles per person per year in t

Infographic on How Many Pounds of Textile Americans Trash Every Year...An eye opener.

A collection of informative infographics exploring fashion topics like textile waste, textile fibers, fair trade, and the history of the bikini.

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ATRS is a proud member of the SMART Association. Check out this infographic to learn more about how your textile recycling impacts the environment!

16-Foot Clothing Mountain Illustrates Hong Kong’s Daily Textile Waste

16-Foot Clothing Mountain Illustrates Hong Kong’s Daily Textile Waste

Clothing Mountain Illustrates Hong Kong’s Daily Textile Waste. The equivalent of tons of textiles, the Mountain” is only a tiny percentage of the 253 tons of clothing Hong Kong residents throw away on average each day.

recycling jeans for decorative pillows, recycled crafts

Recycling Clothing from Closets for Contemporary Textile Sculptures and Decorative Pillows

The Best Video Courses Hands Down Textile Recycling Projects - recycled crafts

Textile Recycling Projects – recycled crafts

6 Textile artists using recycled materials

We explore the work of 6 textile artists using recycled materials to re-invent and re-interpret the craft.

The New York City Department of Sanitation deems the re-fashioNYC textile recycling initiative a success with 50 tons of last season's sweaters and stained-beyond-repair towels being donated in a six month period.

Winning bins: NYC's textile recycling scheme a success

On Wednesday, Mayor Ed Lee announced the debut of a city-wide textile recycling initiative.

This old thing? San Francisco finds new life for dead threads

The Good News About Recycling Trends

The Good News About Recycling Trends

The Impact Of Recycling: Making A Daily Difference - Live Green and Earn Points - Recyclebank

Rag Sorters + Textile Recycling: How To Recycle Your Unwanted Fabric So That It Does Something Useful In The World

Rag Sorters + Textile Recycling: How To Recycle Your Unwanted Fabric

How to Recycle your Unwanted Fabric - Rag Sorters + Textile Recycling

Traditional Boro used patchwork quilting and sashiko stitching to mend and extend the life of all pieces of worn fabric in a household.

Traditional Boro used patchwork quilting and sashiko stitching to mend and extend the life of all pieces of worn fabric in a household. Boro Cotton Kimono, Yamagata Prefecture (Northern Japan) c.

Barbara Wisnoski, "Barbara Wisnoski is a visual and tactile artist who creates 2.5D textile wall installations from recycled fabrics and clothing." Narrative from website.

Laundry theme Barbara Wisnoski, "Barbara Wisnoski is a visual and tactile artist who creates textile wall installations from recycled fabrics and clothing." Narrative from website.

Tonnes of old clothes end up in landfill. Manufacturers and fashion houses need to think harder about recycling

Textile recycling innovation challenges clothing industry

"The stubborn fact remains, however, that in the US alone, almost 11 million tonnes of textiles ends up in landfill. The future of textile recycling lies in the supply chain, not retail stores.

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