Out to reduce fabric waste at landfills

Tengku Zatashah and Lord launching the Fabric Recycling Initiative at the Sime Darby Plantation headquarters in Ara Damansara.

WE ALL know how to recycle and re-purpose waste such as plastic, paper and cans, but what about fabric from unwanted clothing and soft toys?

They often end up in landfills, where textile waste contributes to about 4% of total waste generated in the country.

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