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Is Donating Your Old Clothes an Effective Recycling Strategy? You Might Not Like the Answer

Is Donating Your Old Clothes an Effective Recycling Strategy? You Might Not Like the Answer

Update: 2020-10-13
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Have you ever donated clothes into one of those big drop off containers? Do you know if those clothes were ever sent to a family who needed them? In this episode we talk about some of the myths and misconceptions about fast fashion, donating clothes, and how to improve your carbon footprint while still slaying. By the way, we're not suggesting to stop donating clothes - just choose where you donate more carefully so the clothes don't end up in an incinerator!


Link to Episode Transcript: https://www.justnascience.com/show-notes/episode-50-is-donating-your-old-clothes-an-effective-recycling-strategy-you-might-not-like-the-answer



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Is Donating Your Old Clothes an Effective Recycling Strategy? You Might Not Like the Answer

Is Donating Your Old Clothes an Effective Recycling Strategy? You Might Not Like the Answer

Lauren Mattina, MS.Ed and Nicholas Volpe, MS