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Fashion Recycled

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Plastics are often recycled, but never with so much style! The Delhi-based NGO Conserve India has found a way to make thick sheets made from recyclable plastic fashionably. It purchases plastic collected by rag pickers to make 100% export products, including handbags and other accessories. The recycled plastics are flattened into sheets, which usually have a leathery texture apt for such products. The company employs rag pickers and pays them above market price for the plastics collected. It is also working towards the rights of all rag pickers across Delhi.

 

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