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The true cost of a shirt

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by Emma Elwin on 15 March, 2016

World Water Day

Did you guys know that it takes 1,500 liters of water or more to produce one single t-shirt? 22 March is World Water Day. I would love to come up with some way to highlight this day here on Make it last but I am not just sure how. Maybe you would like to share your best tips on how to save fresh water and we could make a big guide here on Make it last! Would love to hear your thoughts on this!

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T: Best tip: To use a soda stream. No more Loka or Ramlösa. And no Coca Cola, which truly saves water.
March 16, 2016

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