August, 2019

Countless New Collections Contribute To Ocean Pollution

Countless New Collections Contribute To Ocean Pollution

The majority of plastics used on a daily basis end up in the ocean, but you probably didn’t know that a great percentage of that plastics is from our clothes. Today, plastic materials are used more and more in the fashion industry, including polyester, nylon, acrylic and other synthetic fibers. 

These are all cheap and versatile and it’s no wonder that about 60 percent of our clothes’ materials include these. To make things worse, these fibers contribute to ocean plastic pollution worldwide because they can even leach into the environment just by being washed.

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How to Quash Clutter and Clean Up Mother Earth

How to Quash Clutter and Clean Up Mother Earth

We all have a stash of stuff we no longer need. Unfortunately, it is all too easy to allow excess bits and pieces become a full-blown clutter concern. Sadly, when we do go through these items, many of them simply get tossed into the trash. While this can eliminate your problem, it only compounds those of an already overstressed environment.

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