Posts tagged economies
Close the Loop: Sustainability Circular Economy

Close the Loop’s new innovation turns printer cartridges and soft plastics into roads. The products are mixed in with asphalt and recycled glass to produce a higher-quality road surface that lasts up to 65% longer than traditional asphalt. In every kilometre of road laid, the equivalent of 530,000 plastic bags, 168,000 glass bottles and the waste toner from 12,500 printer cartridges is used in the mix.

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DyeCoo: The World’s First 100% Water-Free & Process Chemical-Free Textile Processing Solution

DyeCoo‘s mission is to passionately lead the textile industry to a lean and clean future. DyeCoo’s CO₂ technology is the world’s first 100% water-free and process chemical-free textile processing solution. Providing geographical freedom from water sources and offering textile manufacturers a head start on legislation that restricts the use of hazardous process chemicals. Its low operating costs allow you to elevate your short-term results and long-term ambitions. Lean and clean.

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Swap Online Thrift Store

Swap enables a community of thrifters to find affordable, quality secondhand apparel for the whole family. Being an online thrift store, they make it easier than ever to filter through like-new, pre-owned clothing brands, toys, and more. They keep millions of items out of landfills which is something everyone can feel good about.

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ThredUP Online Consignment

ThredUP is the world’s largest online secondhand shopping destination with thousands of like-new styles from your favorite brands at up to 90% off estimated retail. They make sure every single one of the 15K new arrivals they add to the site every day is 100% authentic and in such good shape anyone could mistake them as new.

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Ninety Percent Fashion Label

Ninety Percent is a London-based contemporary label launched in 2018 that’s trying something new: sharing 90% of their distributed profits between charitable causes and those who make their collection happen. They would like to know where their money goes and start a consumer movement that empowers makers and wearers.

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