Buying Reclaimed Goods

Buying Reclaimed Goods
Orli Sharaby
  • 21 november 2008

Some of the more thoughtful brands out there are starting to catch on that not only is it important to use sustainable materials, but it’s also crucial to be conscious of how much of it goes to waste during the manufacturing process. Nike, for example, has a whole line of shoes that’s designed from discarded material, and Apple’s new Macbook is cut from a single piece of aluminum, with the remains going straight to the recycling plant, not the landfill.

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