Repair. Reuse. Recycle. Create Jobs with a Circular Economy

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A circular economy shifts away from the traditional linear economy model of ‘make, use, dispose’ and instead aims to minimize waste and make the most use of resources through long-lasting design, repair, refurbishing, maintenance and regenerating products and materials. Not only does a circular economy help to reduce negative impacts on our environment, it may also be a driving factor in creating jobs and boosting local communities. Learn more here and a special shout out to our friends at FABSCRAP* for being an example of a business that works within the circular model.

* Visit our shop to check out our laundry bags made from FABSCRAP materials!

What’s that circular economy all about? Find out from Rethinking Progress – The Circular Economy