The rise of recommerce: Why Malaysians are in love with pre-loved goods

Interest in pre-loved goods spiked during the pandemic as people’s shopping habits changed when they spent more time at home. —

KEEPING up with fashion trends can be costly to the environment.

Research indicates that the fashion industry uses up 79 trillion litres of water – equivalent to 31.6 million Olympic swimming pools – to make the clothes, producing over 92 million tonnes of waste every year.

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