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Australian school gets fair trade uniforms, made out of plastic bottles

February 17, 2016 - Uncategorized

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An Australian school is taking an innovative step in their push to help the globe ā€” by embracing fair trade school uniforms

Hazelbrook Public School in the Blue Mountains near Sydney is the first school to purchase its uniforms from Change Threads, a local company that focusses on the ethical sourcing of garments. The uniforms are made with cotton, and polyester from plastic bottles

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“All of our garments are made in India from Organic and Fairtrade certified cotton. Our woven fabrics are blended with polyester made from recycled plastic bottles, providing an ethical supply chain and garments of exceptional quality,” the Change Threads website explained. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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