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For the Love of Credential Clothing: A Solution to the “Crisis of Stuff”


  In the town of Franklin, New Jersey, a spray-painted, rainbow-coloured Volkswagen sits in front of “Woodstock Vibes,” a shop that specializes in countless racks of unique, quality, and name brand vintage clothing, shoes and accessories. Customers from all across the region flock to the space for its great prices, its friendly staff, and as … Continue reading For the Love of Credential Clothing: A Solution to the “Crisis of Stuff”

How Mixed Rag Clothing Can Address the ‘Crisis of Stuff’


    Amid a growing concern over waste and its impact on the environment, experts remind consumers that clothing has an enormous, toxic, environmental footprint. This economic effect grows into a greater negative as consumers unnecessarily waste material, or they fail to use materials to the fullest of their capacity. Ecosalon reminds readers that clothing … Continue reading How Mixed Rag Clothing Can Address the ‘Crisis of Stuff’

Rag News: April 2018


Loading 40′ High Cube Containers for Export When we say that the used clothing industry is global, we really mean it. Based on a United Nations report, the USA and Canada alone exported used clothes for a value of $700 million in 2016. All charities running a thrift store can potentially benefit of this revenue … Continue reading Rag News: April 2018

How Recycling Credential Clothing is Beneficial to Consumers


    Nearly a year ago, the CBC reported that one of the recycling items that have largely been off the radar for most consumers is textiles. Unlike items such as newspapers, plastic containers, glass, plastic, and cardboard, textiles have only recently become items that consumers immediately consider recyclable materials. A 2016 Ontario study concluded … Continue reading How Recycling Credential Clothing is Beneficial to Consumers

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