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The fashion industry is now considered one of the largest contributors to environmental damage. Besides the natural resources and energy used to create the clothes we wear, the average American throws away over 70 lbs of clothes each year! Since it is still unacceptable to go about your day naked, we wanted to give you a few tips to help you recycle your old clothes!
The first thing to avoid is putting those clothes in your curbside bin or trash can. Your hauler doesn’t have a way to process recyclable cotton. But don’t worry; others are taking up the charge! Let’s look at some things that you CAN do with your old clothes: