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“The clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world...second only to oil,” the recipient of an...

Typically when we think about the relationship between water and clothes it’s about which rinse cycle to use on...

Facts and stats about the growing issue of textiles waste.

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In North America, consumers are buying -- and getting rid of -- five times as much clothing as we did 25 years ago,...

 

     

In a world of excess, innovation comes not just in designing something new and different, but also designing...

Textile waste is a big issue, one that I find is not talked about a lot.  According to this article, the average...

A multidisciplinary Cornell design and research team, assembled to tackle the environmental problem of post-consumer...

We wanted to share with you some of the problems that have been on our minds lately and the discoveries we have made...

It’s the holy grail for the fashion industry: Can manufacturers seamlessly close the loop on fabric, so an old T-...

 

    

Markham residents have no excuse to live with messy closets anymore. A novel...

One of the biggest misconceptions that consumers have is that we should only donate clothes that are gently used.

Join us and celebrate Waste Reduction Week in Canada in Nathan Phillips Square!

Six easy ways you can reduce your textiles waste. 

The following post about clothing waste is written by College of Textiles student Jon Millner, who is the spring...