CLOTHING UPCYCLING - THE SECOND LIFE OF TEXTILES

up to 3.9% of textile waste is worldwide and most of them are reusable!

UPCYCLING - IT PAYS FOR!

Taking care of the environment, you care about the future!

“It’s just one T-shirt …”

- Millions of people said

  • 75% 75%

75% of clothing is produced in developing countries..

  • 0.07% 0.07%

Only 0.07% of the profit on sales goes to an employee in the cotton field.

  • 9% 9%

9% of waste generated in the flat belongs to textile waste

  • 25% 25%

Cotton farming accounts for up to 25% of global insecticide consumption

  • 11% 11%

Cotton farms account for as much as 11% of global pesticide use

  • 82% 82%

2700 liters are needed to produce ONE t-shirt. This is approximately 82% of the demand for drinking water for a family of 3 each year

  • 3,9% 3,9%

3.9% of total waste is textile waste

  • 39% 39%

When buying clothing produced in developing countries, only 0.07% of the profit on sales goes to an employee in the cotton field.

Approx 9% of waste generated in households belongs to textile waste!

And yet it can be avoided…

3 GROUPS OF TEXTILE WASTE

CLEAN WASTE

That is Clothing, drapes, curtains, other household textiles-new or used, which have become unnecessary. What can we do?

CONTAMINATED WASTE

That is, the most diverse textiles that are not suitable for use by damage or dirt. What do we do with such waste?

MEDICAL WASTE

or dangerous textiles of medical origin What do we do with such waste?

Donate them for charitable purposes or remake and enjoy the “new” thing.

Surrender them UPCYCLE!

Suitable for disposal

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