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Rag News: December 2018


Extra-Large Size Denim Items, How to Recycle Them? Every textile recycler aims to achieve zero waste. The ultimate goal is to prevent every garment from going to landfill. That is not always an easy task. For example, denim jeans are donated to your organization. You extend the life cycle of these jeans by putting them … Continue reading Rag News: December 2018

The Solution to the Fast Fashion Crisis


With the rise of the “fast fashion” industry, consumers have increasingly bought more materials and donated in much greater numbers than ever before. In the United States, Americans are estimated to donate nearly 5 billion pounds of clothing, shoes, and miscellaneous materials each calendar year. But consumers also produce a significant amount of waste – … Continue reading The Solution to the Fast Fashion Crisis

Familiarizing Yourself with the Credential Clothing Market and Its Value


Experts estimate that in the United States, the annual average of waste per US citizen amounts to nearly 70 pounds of clothing and textiles. According to Professor Tasha Lewis of the Department of Fiber Science & Apparel Design at Cornell University, the fashion industry’s production, manufacturing and marketing phases have a huge, and particularly negative … Continue reading Familiarizing Yourself with the Credential Clothing Market and Its Value

Turning Your Halloween Items Into Credential Gold


Once all the candy has been given away and unwrapped, and the Halloween decorations have been taken down and stored, many parents wonder what they should do with their home-made and store purchased costumes. Many parents recognize that their children will likely not get excited to re-wear the same costume for next year’s Halloween festivities. … Continue reading Turning Your Halloween Items Into Credential Gold

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