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upcycle

(ˈʌpˌsaɪkəl)
vb
to recycle a disposable product into an object of greater value or use
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The exhibit, titled 'Sustainable Sunday Couture: Domestic Workers Upcycling Fashion,' runs from March 4 to 14 and features 15 gowns created by Malicsi.
The first batch of hosts include a marine biologist, a singer-songwriter and upcycling designer, kickboarders, a trail runner and an outdoor activities expert to name a few.
Whether it's holding a clothes swap, running an upcycling workshop, holding a donation drive or putting on a repair cafe, anything that helps people to keep thingsin use for longer.
He said: "We're delighted to be partnering with Virgin Trains on its uniform upcycling initiative.
A FURNITURE upcycling class is being held at Fearon Community Association in Rectory Road, Loughborough.
The EPA awarded Samsung with the 2017 Cutting Edge Champion Award for its innovative Galaxy Upcycling program, and honored the companys U.
Upcycling is a process of transforming waste materials, unwanted products, and other by-products into new or better materials.
To mark this year's Recycle Week, which ended yesterday, Emmaus UK challenged five of top UK upcycling bloggers to turn unwanted goods from Emmaus charity shops into new, bespoke items.
A WOMAN'S innovative method of upcycling sees her collect discarded items from a local nature trail before turning them into bespoke jewellery.
One of the most important practices in closing the loop of the fashion industry is buying donated items, which is why innovative upcycling companies are bringing new life to secondhand fabric.
Laura has also secured a groundfloor courtyard to introduce garden furniture and will use her experience in travelling the UK, teaching for Saks, to hold upcycling workshops.
The term upcycling was popularized in fashion and industrial design in the 1990s, and reflects the creation of new goods from salvaged ones whereby the value of the material is increased, creating, for example, zero waste fashion or ecouture fashion.