KonMari Your Way to 2020 With This Free Fair

Here's where you can donate your recyclables.

(SPOT.ph) The year is almost coming to an end and most of us are already thinking and planning how to get rid of things we accumulated throughout 2019. While not all of us have the luxury of time to follow the step-by-step process of decluttering by the famous Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo, you can dispose of your unwanted items at The Good Trade: Holiday Series from November 22 to 24 5 p.m. at Glorietta 2 in Makati City.

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The Good Trade, a zero-waste and sustainable fair, will accept donations of recyclables such as aluminum tin cans, PET bottles, e-waste, used paper, old newspaper, books, and magazines, to name a few. You can also bring and donate your pre-loved items such as clothes, shoes, and bags, and score possible Christmas gifts from social enterprise and sustainable brands like Sip PH, Humble Market, Rags2Riches, Mallows Collection, RIOtaso, and Menstrual Cup PH. The fair also features talks and workshops where you can learn practical tips on environment preservation.

The Good Trade: Holiday Series runs from November 22 to 24 at Glorietta 2, Ayala Center, Makati City.

Main photo by Sarah Brown on Unsplash

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