Landfill becomes the latest fashion victim in Australia's throwaway clothes culture
Four out of 10 people in YouGov survey say they bin unwanted clothes rather than repairing or recycling them
Fashion is becoming increasingly disposable for Australians, with almost a quarter of people admitting to throwing out clothes after just one wear, a study has found. And four out of 10 people surveyed by YouGov said they had put unwanted fashion items in the bin, rather than trying to repair or recycle them.As Australian fast-fashion booms to an industry worth $2bn a year, the YouGov report found that 75% of Australian adults have thrown clothes away in the past year; 30% tossed more than 10...
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