Green Junkie

23. Closet Cleanout

February 08, 2022 Stephanie Moram Episode 23
Green Junkie
23. Closet Cleanout
Show Notes

Hey, Green Junkie!

Did you know that 84% of clothing ends up in landfills or incinerators? 

That’s a staggering statistic, isn’t it?

In the world of fast fashion, it’s easy to fill our closets with random items, impulse purchases and clothing that we don’t really love or want to wear more than once. 

This not only has a huge impact on the environment but when we go to clean out and get rid of these items we are often making the issue even worse because we are not cleaning out our clothes properly. 

So in today’s episode I wanted to teach you how you can consciously clean out your closet, re-use what you have and even make a little money on the side. 

Here’s what to expect:

  • The amount of clothing that ends up in landfills
  • The art of reusing your old clothing
  • Creative ways to turn old clothing into rags
  • How to make money from your clothes
  • Facts about recycling clothes
  • The truth about composting clothes

You’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.

By the end of this episode, Green Junkie, you’ll be empowered to tackle that cluttered closet in a more organized and earth friendly way.

If you love this podcast be sure to leave a review and share a screenshot of this episode to your IG stories. Tag @greenjunkiepodcast so I can shout you out and publicly say thanks. 

Thanks for listening and being here.

Your green bestie,

Xoxo Stephanie


Previous Episodes Mentioned:

Episode #20 6 Ways to Detox Your Home

Episode #21: 8 Ways to Create a Low Waste Lunch

Episode #22: The Eco-Impact of Fast Fashion


Sources

https://www.bonandberg.com/post/how-to-throw-away-your-old-clothes-responsibly

https://www.goodgirlgonegreen.com/sustainable-fashion/


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Produced by: Alecia Harris

Music By: Liz Fohle