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using materials that would otherwise be waste to manufacture new materials. For questions specifically on [upcycling] use that tag, for questions on [reuse] use that tag.

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About once every year or two I come to the point where I have to part with the shoes I've bonded with over my day in day out walks to work, the market, around the block yada yada. Trust me I wear my …
asked Apr 7 '13 by Eric H.
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clothes obviates these manufacturing outputs. Buying clothes with recycled fabric will obviate much of this as well, though there will be associated energy with actually recycling the fabric …
answered May 1 '13 by Eric H.
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? You hear that recycled aluminum actually has significant embodied process energy. Is process energy signficant for recycling clothes? Also, any indication if how much water and land you are saving by purchasing recycled clothes (ie gains from re-using the textile materials)? …
asked Apr 18 '13 by Eric H.