May 22, 2013
Keeping in mind to have some shopping for the upcoming season when ever you are with some one like your relatives or any other good friend. But the important thing is that in this era where things are getting expensive more and more and it has become difficult for the one to afford the expenses of these all stuff there should be one alternative way for all these troubles.
For this problem we have a solution for all of your problem mania i.e. you are warmly welcome to approach for the used clothing, used shoes and all other your necessary stuff what ever you want. These clothes are branded clothes with efficient quality which you can use for a long time and they are much reliable in usage.
Waseem trading corporation tends you to enhance the usage of the clothes and makes you capable of wearing the clothes of the type you want to wear. We have a wide variety of used clothes that makes you look adorable and provide you the ease of wearing the clothes you want to wear at your approach in very sufficient cost.
Waseem trading corporation is the leading company of Pakistan which is dealing in used clothes in a wide domain. We deal in different variety of clothes male and female. We are working since 1995. We entirely focus on our quality that is the reason our products are not only penetrated in Pakistan, but we are also exporting our product to many different regions of the world.
We make you feel good through our high quality clothes, as we want our customer to feel pleasure while using our clothes as wearing good clothes is a pleasure one can have on wearing good clothes. We do not compromise on our quality as we want to give our customer the plea of satisfaction as our customer is much valued for us.
March 22, 2013
Buying USED CLOTHING is the most environmental choice you can make in almost all cases. If you’re all ready for oil rigging, you might want to practice buying used clothes- they might be all that’s available in a post-peak economy. So here are my top reasons to buy used – used clothes & used shoes.
Used clothes are less expensive. Buying anything used (except antiques) is less expensive than the new alternative, sometimes up to 90% cheaper, but generally at least 50% cheaper. You can save more if you buy used clothes and used shoes, and maybe you will be able to afford buying something extra you have been looking out for your leisure. So you can (pick one): save twice the money, or buy twice the stuff.
Used products don’t require new resources. Every manufactured product is responsible for a certain amount of resources consumed – from farming cotton, clearcutting forests, mining for metals, or pumping out oil. The production of new books and furniture require trees to be cut down (95% of books are made from virgin paper). Anything made of plastic is produced from oil pumped from the Earth. The metals in cell phones, jewelry, computers, all must be scraped out of the planet, with horrible environmental consequences. Luckily, there’s an alternative – used items don’t require any new resources to be consumed.
Used products don’t generate pollution. The growing and producing of stuff pumps a lot of pollution into the environment – including toxic chemicals, pesticides, and carbon emissions. For example, a new cotton T-shirt is responsible for 1/3 pound of pesticides dumped into the cotton fields. A new mid-sized car is responsible for 30,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere.
Used products don’t require energy to create. The farming, harvesting, manufacturing, and shipping of a new product requires quite a bit of energy from electricity (usually from natural gas or coal) and from oil (from running the vehicles used in farming, harvesting, shipping). This is called “embodied energy”. Used goods don’t require any energy, except perhaps the gas required for you to drive over to the guy from Craigslist’s house. The folks at Riot 4 Austerity, who sponsor a 90% energy and consumption reduction challenge, deem used goods to “count” as only 10% of their purchase price, and even better, donated goods from charity stores count as only 0%.
Used products don’t have packaging. When you buy almost any new product, it comes with some kind of packaging – plastic hard casing, shrink wrap, cardboard box, styrofoam pellets, etc. The packaging materials, along with the actual product, use energy and resources to create. It can be really difficult to find a way to recycle all that packaging, or even more annoying, to have to throw it away. When you buy used from your local thrift shop, Craigslist, or get a hand-me-down from a friend, you don’t have any packaging to deal with.
Buying used supports good causes and the local economy. Buying from a neighbor keeps your money in the neighborhood, not headed off to Wal-Mart headquarters. Buying from a thrift supports whatever cause they support – literacy, the disabled, the sick, the blind, the poor. Most used stores, even if they are on the Internet, are small mom-and-pop shops, not corporate behemoths. And if you buy it used, you are quite likely keeping it from rotting in a landfill.
Buying used lets you avoid trying to figure out all the mumbo-jumbo greenwashing claims. Now that green is fashionable, you can buy $290 organic jeans! You can buy organic, fair-trade, natural, recycled everything – for a price. But is it really organic? Who says? By what standard? Is there even a standard? Oh, really, it’s recycled? But what percentage, is that just the package or also the product, is it post-consumer content or just post-industrial, and is it also recyclable? Was it made with sodium laureth sulfate, parabens or pthalates? It’s enough to make you tear your hair out trying to research how to buy every item greenly. Fuggedaboutit – buy used. That way, you definitely won’t be a corporate patsy.
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