How 7.5 Million Pounds Of Donated Clothes End Up At A Market In Ghana Every Week | World Wide Waste

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
11 Mar 2022

Used clothing donations travel around the world to one of the largest secondhand clothing markets in Accra, Ghana. But with the rise of cheap so-called 'fast fashion', millions of used clothes are polluting nearby beaches and communities.

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How 7.5 Million Pounds Of Donated Clothes End Up At A Market In Ghana Every Week | World Wide Waste

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AshifRaza 5 months ago

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