Environmental impact of textile reuse and recycling–A review
This paper reviews studies of the environmental impact of textile reuse and recycling, to provide a summary of the current knowledge and point out areâ€¦
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World's First Plastic-Free Supermarket Aisle Debuts in the Netherlands - EcoWatch
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Enviroclothes reduces the environmental impact of clothing by collecting it for reuse
One North East company is helping to reduce the waste of unwanted clothing by collecting it for reuse.
Reduce reuse recycle: the 3 R’s applied to programming - Parker Software
Reduce reuse recycle. Although this mantra applies first and foremost to environmental health, it can also help us improve our programming, our code practices, and our teamwork.
Toyota Reuse - Toyota Europe
At Toyota we are finding more and more ways of reusing items and resources, reducing the demand we make on raw materials, saving energy and helping protect the environment. Discover our relentless quest to find better ways of reusing the things we make and the resources we use in their production.
Reuseful UK ? Disposal Know How
Art materials, Books, Card, Clothes, Coloured Pencils, Fabric, Packaging, Paper, Plastic containers, Writing instruments Reuseful UK has been set up by members of the scrapstore community to support the reuse of unwanted scrap materials for the benefit of children and communities..a directory and resource bringing together all the information about the various means of ethical disposal and recycling available in the UK
What can England and Scotland learn from deposit return schemes overseas?
There is no doubting that the UK government has at last declared its war on plastic. In the most recent move, Prime Minister Theresa May announced an intention to ban the sale of plastic items such as straws, drink stirrers and plastic cotton buds.