Huge amount of fabric waste dumped

Whopping amount: Kloth Cares co-founder Nik Suzila surrounded by discarded fabric sent for recycling. — Photo courtesy of Kloth Cares

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians dumped a mind blowing 195,300 tonnes of fabric waste last year, with an expert saying that the bulk of this could have been recycled.

Here’s how much of a bundle that waste was – the weight of 19 Eiffel Towers put together!

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