ReShare STORE The Hague is a second-hand clothing store of Leger des Heils. The store is cost-friendly and, in collaboration with the food bank, often gives vouchers to customers that cannot afford to buy new clothing. All the garments in the store are furthermore recycled, using a high-tech textile recycling process.
ReShare focuses on the act of high-quality recycling. All the clothes sold in the store are recycled through a high-tech process focused on the recognition of textile composition, identification of materials, and efficiency. Second-hand stores like ReShare help to reduce the amount of water used and emissions produced in the fashion industry. At the same time, waste is reduced through recycling. Furthermore, ReShare promotes the idea of a circular economy and affordable clothing.
Reduced Inequalities: REshare fights against inequality in impoverished communities.
Responsible consumption and production: REshare uses recycled materials to produce clothing. They also increase responsible consumption by acknowledging the harmful impacts of the textile industry.
Climate Action: REshare reduces CO2 emissions and waste during the production process.