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LONDON – The UK’s Textile Recycling Association (TRA) has urged consumers around the world to buy secondhand fashion in order to promote circularity and mitigate overproduction. 

“The used clothing industry is by far the most sustainable part of the global clothing supply chain.  With positive impacts on carbon reduction and other environmental benefits,” the association’s chief executive, Alan Wheeler said.

“With the UN Climate Change Conference just weeks away and climate change rightfully at the forefront of the agenda, we urge the public to buy less new clothing and better quality, buy more second hand and to ensure all unwanted items as sent for re-use and recycling,” he added. 

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