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And since it is cheap, you download more of it. Disposable couture appears in shopping mall after shopping mall in America and Europe at prices that make the download tempting and the disposal painless.

Yet fast fashion leaves a pollution footprint, with each step of the clothing life cycle generating potential environmental and occupational hazards. For example, polyester, the most widely used manufactured fiber, is made from petroleum. With the rise in production in the fashion industry, demand for man-made fibers, especially polyester, has nearly doubled in the last 15 years, according to figures from the Technical Textile Markets.

The manufacture of polyester and other synthetic fabrics is an energy-intensive process requiring large amounts of crude oil and releasing emissions including volatile organic compounds, particulate matter, and acid gases such as hydrogen chloride, all of which can cause or aggravate respiratory disease.

Volatile monomers, solvents, and other by-products of polyester production are emitted in the wastewater from polyester manufacturing plants. The EPA, under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, considers many textile manufacturing facilities to be hazardous waste generators.

Issues of environmental health and safety do not apply only to the production of man-made fabrics.

Cotton, one of the most popular and versatile fibers used in clothing manufacture, also has a significant environmental footprint. This crop accounts for a quarter of all the pesticides used in the United States, the largest exporter of cotton in the world, according to the USDA.

The U. The high production of cotton at subsidized low prices is one of the first spokes in the wheel that drives the globalization of fashion.

In her book The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy, Pietra Rivoli, a professor of international business at the McDonough School of Business of Georgetown University, writes that each year Americans download approximately 1 billion garments made in China, the equivalent of four pieces of clothing for every U. According to figures from the U.

National Labor Committee, some Chinese workers make as little as 12—18 cents per hour working in poor conditions. Increasingly, clothing being imported to the United States comes from countries as diverse as Honduras and Bangladesh.

But this figure is rapidly growing. Before then, and especially during World War I, most clothing was repaired, mended, or tailored to fit other family members, or recycled within the home as rags or quilts. During the war, clothing manufacturers reduced the varieties, sizes, and colors of their productions and even urged designers to create styles that would use less fabric and avoid needless decoration.

However, the spirit of conservation did not last long; by the mids consumerism was back in style. Industrialization grew in the twentieth century, providing the means of increased production of all consumer goods.

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Industrialization brought consumerism with it as an integral part of the economy. Economic growth came to depend on continued marketing of new products and disposal of old ones that are thrown away simply because stylistic norms promote their obsolescence. When it comes to clothing, the rate of download and disposal has dramatically increased, so the path that a T-shirt travels from the sales floor to the landfill has become shorter. Yet even today, the journey of a piece of clothing does not always end at the landfill.

A portion of clothing downloads are recycled mainly in three ways: clothing may be resold by the primary consumer to other consumers at a lower price, it may be exported in bulk for sale in developing countries, or it may be chemically or mechanically recycled into raw material for the manufacture of other apparel and non-apparel products. Domestic resale has boomed in the era of the Internet.

Many people sell directly to other individuals through auction websites such as site. The trend of increased downloading of clothing and other household goods has served the salvage charities well. The Council for Textile Recycling estimates that 2.

Handling the Overflow Only about one-fifth of the clothing donated to charities is directly used or sold in their thrift shops.

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Since , the Stubin family of Brooklyn, New York, has owned and operated Trans-America Trading Company, where they process more than 12 million pounds of postconsumer textiles per year. Trans-America is one of the biggest of about 3, textile recyclers in the United States.

At its 80,square-foot sorting facility, workers separate used clothing into different categories by type of item, size, and fiber content. Certain brands and rare collectible items are imported by Japan, the largest downloader in terms of dollars of vintage or American high-end fashion.

Clothing that is not considered vintage or high-end is baled for export to developing nations. Data from the International Trade Commission indicate that between and , American exports of used clothing more than tripled, to nearly 7 billion pounds per year. Used clothing is sold in more than countries. For Tanzania, where used clothing is sold at the mitumba markets that dot the country, these items are the number one import from the United States.

Imported apparel from America and Europe is bought in pound bales of mixed clothing by small entrepreneurs. Prices are set according to the latest fashions, the condition of the clothing, and its desirability. T-shirts sell well, especially those with logos from winning sports teams or recognizable athletic gear companies.

Winter clothes, although generally more expensive to produce, command the least value in the secondhand African markets. Companies such as Trans-America are therefore seeking to expand into colder climes such as Eastern Europe.

Observers such as Rivoli predict that the trend toward increasing exports of used clothing to developing countries will continue to accelerate because of the rise of consumerism in the United States and Europe and the falling prices of new clothing.

There are detractors to this view, however. The Present and Future Sustainability of Clothing and Textiles in the United Kingdom, in which it raised concerns that trade in secondhand clothes in African countries inhibits development of local industries even as it creates employment in these countries.

And the authors of Recycling of Low Grade Clothing Waste warn that in the long run, as prices and quality of new clothing continue to decline, so too will the demand for used clothing diminish. This is because in the world of fast fashion, new clothing could be bought almost as inexpensively as used clothing. However, even without such specific standards for what constitutes an environmentally friendly garment, industry is taking a broadening diversity of approaches.

One approach has been to use sustainably grown cotton, hemp, bamboo, and other fiber crops that require less pesticides, irrigation, and other inputs.

Organic cotton is grown in at least 12 countries. Andi Offset.

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