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From growing the crops to manufacturing the clothes, find out why it takes a ton of water to make a modern wardrobe. 

Threads For Thought works with factories that incorporate innovative water recycling programs, and they also responsibly blend the fabrics used for their clothing with recycled polyester and Lenzing modal. This is all part of a larger effort to set new standards for water conservation in textile production.

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When you buy a new piece of clothing, you check the size, fabrication and product care, but do wonder how much water it took to make it? Thankfully, brands like Threads For Thought are innovating their manufacturing process to lower our collective water footprint. Find out why with this short quiz.

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  • Rich F. 6 years ago
    I wish there was a way to use my grey water as water for the toilet, it's just so expensive to have something like that put in. I guess the best thing I do is the "if it's yellow let it mellow, if it's brown flush it down" routine.
  • Denise C. 6 years ago
    I buy clothing from thrift stores, take low water usage showers, capture rain water for garden and use bath towel more than once before putting into laundry hamper (even at hotels).
  • Kathleen T. 6 years ago
    We live in a neighborhood that uses recycled water for irrigation.
  • Amy C. 6 years ago
  • Kathryn P. 6 years ago
    Amazing! I would never have guessed!
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