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    Don’t Let Clothes Go To Waste

    What do you do with your old clothes or clothes you don’t really like anymore? Let them take up space in your wardrobe? Throw them away? According to the charity WRAP the value of unused clothing in wardrobes has been estimated at around £30 billion. It is also estimated £140 million worth of clothing goes into landfill each year. Considering the amount of damage the clothing industry does to our environment, this cycle of buying excessively and throwing away is not sustainable. In order to prevent clothes going to landfill we have some things you can do to give your clothes a new lease of life. Upcycle This is quite literally the…

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    Use Up All The Vegetables

    Food waste is a major problem we face as a society, with fresh vegetables being a large portion of what’s wasted. Here’s what to do with your veg!

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    Go Beyond Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

    We were taught these three words in primary school. The way to reduce our impact on the environment is to reuse what we have and recycle. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Unfortunately, despite the good intentions of this phrase, it’s simply not enough. It’s time to add Refuse to this saying. Even though we can recycle a large portion of what we use, the problem is that companies are still producing plastic and single-use products, they will only switch to sustainable alternatives when the demand for single-use has gone. The best way to get this message across is to refuse their products. It’s a simple switch but it will make a difference. Refuse paper…