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6 July, 16:05

Which statements are facts.

When talking about recycling, people don't seem to consider the recycling of clothes. Unwanted clothing dumped in the bin ends up along with the rest of your rubbish. It is a terrible waste not to pass on your unwanted clothing to a charity. Most charities have shops in your local high street. It is really easy to take your discarded clothes to be recycled. Charities can post collection bags and make door to door collections for your unwanted items. Watch out for unscrupulous businesses that make collections and then keep any profit for themselves. You shouldn't just throw away your old clothes because you think they're too threadbare to resell. Clothes that are too worn to be sold can be shredded and reprocessed into new items.

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  1. 6 July, 17:14
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    "Unwanted clothing dumped in the bin ends up up along with the rest of your rubbish." "It's a waste to not pass your unwanted clothes to charity" "Most charities have shops in your local high street" "Charities can post collection bags and make door to door collections for your unwanted items" "Clothes that are too worn to be sold can be shredded and reprocessed into new items" are all facts.
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