When damaged or defective clothing is returned to manufacturers, it is usually sent to a landfill, incinerated or occasionally donated to a cause. If a zipper or snap doesn't function, a seam is blown out or a button's missing, the article often winds up as part of the 14 million tons of apparel Americans throw out annually (80 pounds per person).
The EPA estimates that keeping this clothing out of landfills would be the equivalent of taking 7.5 million cars and their carbon emissions off the road.
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