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We all know about charity clothing bins and selling clothing that is still good but what about recycling damaged or torn clothing? recycling underwear? Would you like to know more: URL: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/02/how-the-circular-economy-is-redesigning-fashions-future/ URL: https://www.wri.org/blog/2019/01/numbers-economic-social-and-environmental-impacts-fast-fashion...
For over a hundred years, humans have been using artificial light to hold back the dark from their homes. But with all the alternatives available today, what is the greener choice for household lighting and how should household lighting be disposed at end of life.
Many everyday household items are powered by batteries. So what is the greener choice for batteries and how should they be disposed at end of life. Read on to find out.
The varying codes on plastics can be confusing. But if there is a recycling symbol on the plastic then it should go in your recycling bin right? sadly wrong. In Australia, most councils only accept codes 1, 2 and 5.