February 21, 2012
Yeah!  New Yorkers don’t have to just throw out their old T’s - they can now deposit them in designated bins as per a city-wide recycling effort!  From there, the old clothing has a much better chance of going onto becoming something new - and more productive - versus the alternative: sitting in the back of the closet.   
Read more!  NYC RRR
(Photo:  Vintage Japanese traditional multi-color folk textile Sakiori rug.  Sakiori is a Japanese term for the technique of recycling as its main  emphasis. Rags and fabric scraps are cut into strips and woven to form a new piece of cloth.  Source: Hotoke Antiques)

Yeah!  New Yorkers don’t have to just throw out their old T’s - they can now deposit them in designated bins as per a city-wide recycling effort!  From there, the old clothing has a much better chance of going onto becoming something new - and more productive - versus the alternative: sitting in the back of the closet.   

Read more!  NYC RRR

(Photo:  Vintage Japanese traditional multi-color folk textile Sakiori rug.  Sakiori is a Japanese term for the technique of recycling as its main emphasis. Rags and fabric scraps are cut into strips and woven to form a new piece of cloth.  Source: Hotoke Antiques)

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