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The Ugandan designer who upcycles British cast-offs – and returns them to sender Making a statement in more ways than one, a new fashion line is made from western cast-offs. Can it reboot Uganda’s textile industry? Good Business Lifestyle Society World
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Chop and change: the company recycling chopsticks into beautiful homewares A German engineer and his team are giving used utensils a new lease of life Food Good Business Lifestyle Society
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Stemming the tide: the Wave of Waste dress A designer with a passion for conservation has created a dress that cuts a dash through ocean waste Environment
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Talking trash: three ways of building using waste From a material made from shredded drinks cartons to a company that combines agricultural waste with mushroom mycelium, three projects that ... Environment Science World
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The shopping centre dedicated to repaired and recycled goods The ReTuna centre in Sweden includes a drop-off zone for unwanted items and offers punters DIY repair classes Environment Society

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