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#The Covid-19 Zero Stitch Face Mask Using only a tee shirt .

Also featured in the HuffPost.

and Fashionmingle

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# Up cycling of old Tee shirts and Garment Industry scrap waste


The purpose of the up cycling project was to do with Climate Action Summit UNGA 74 and the Partnership with the Act Now Bot of the United Nations.

The purpose of the up cycling program ran across various schools and locations where underprivileged children from the rural communities grew adept to the impacts of Climate change and what it meant to Live in an sustainable environment.

The purpose was to reduce garment waste, protect the environment and educate people on the actions and steps necessary to create a better living environment for the future

Schools were given the education on up cycling their old T shirts into bags which the children loved as apart of their sustainable eduction.


Around 7000 children and adults given awareness through public meeting and awareness materials.

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# Converting garment scraps from garment industries into paper


The garment industry creates tonnes of waste scrap from cuttings and trimmings which end up in land fills, these scraps are collected and converted into paper at our paper factories.


This paper is further more used in the packaging industry, its wood free, non chemical recycled paper.

The water is recycled.

Around 50,000 sheets of paper were made which were rotated back into the industry

Mostly women are employed in the trade


# Use of flowers from markets to create prints and natural dyes


The festivities that are a constant in the country make the flower market business boom, but a lot are discarded the next day which again amounts to waste.


Using the chlorophyll of plants, we not only reduce the use of digital prints but also engage locals in a new trade

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# Partnerships with children's magazines on inclusion of new 'green stories' on sustainability 

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