23% campaign to stop Londoners wasting their clothes

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23% campaign to stop Londoners wasting their clothes

The organisation wants Londoners to realise the impact of their clothes, and the environmental benefits of passing them on. 

We've been to the charity's warehouse in Wembley where they sort through 3,000 tonnes of clothes each year - preventing them from going to landfill.

The charity are encourgaing people to book a collection where they will take your clothes and process them for sustainable re-use.

To find out more go to their website at traid.org.uk

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