Profile cover photo
Profile photo
EcoGoodz
33 followers
33 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Every cotton t-shirt costs the environment $3.40, according to Ecouterre. This is especially problematic since every year more than 2 billion t-shirts are sold worldwide. You can help mitigate that high price by purchasing #usedclothing instead of new, or by simply consuming less.

Post has attachment
First it was cotton. Then it became a t-shirt. Then it became...jet fuel? Fascinating and innovative. #usedclothing #ecoinnovations #TextilesAreNotTrash

Post has attachment
"The countries with the biggest share of Global 100 companies were the U.S. (19), France (12), the U.K. (11), Canada (6), Germany (6) and the Netherlands (5)." #sustainability #greengoals #greenbusiness #sustainablebusiness

Post has attachment
10 Facts about #PlasticRecycling Some of these may surprise you! For example, do you know which countries recycle the most plastic? Do you know how much cubic space 1 ton of PET plastic takes up? Do you know how many PET water bottles are sold annually in the US? Read below and find out! #recycle   #reduce #sustainability  

Post has attachment
Amazon has partnered with #GiveBackBox  to make it easy and free for you to ship your #usedclothing  donations to Goodwill.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
On exhibit now at Cooper Hewitt, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles, and Creative Reuse. "Through more than forty works, the exhibition explores key facets of sustainability, such as the efficient use of materials and resources, the preservation of local craft traditions and the integration of new technologies in the recycling process." #TextilesAreNotTrash   #TextileScraps   #Sustainability   #EcoGoodz   #UsedClothing   #MixedRags   #CredentialClothing  

Post has attachment
Traditionally a heavy shopping day, apparel company United By Blue is encouraging people to clean up trash this Friday. They're launching what they've dubbed the #bluemovement . We're excited to see it catch momentum!

Post has attachment
“This represents another step on the journey of Adidas and Parley for the Oceans,” Adidas’s executive board member of global brands Eric Liedtke said at the orginal unveiling. “We have not only managed to make footwear from recycled ocean plastic, but have also created the first jersey coming 100% out of the ocean. But we won’t stop there. We will make one million pairs of shoes using Parley Ocean Plastic in 2017 – and our ultimate ambition is to eliminate virgin plastic from our supply chain.” #gogreen   #savetheocean   #reducereuserecycle   #usedshoes   #ecogoodz  

Post has attachment
If you do nothing else today, watch this video. #EveryThreadMatters   #Tonle #TextilesAreNotTrash   #BulkLinens  
Wait while more posts are being loaded