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The World’s Largest T-shirt Made From Recycled Plastic PET Bottles !

The World’s Largest T-shirt Made From Recycled Plastic PET Bottles !

At Wild Thang you know we absolutely love all things big, huge, massive related to products we sell, recycling and reuse are very much a key element in long term environmental sustainability which is a current hot topic. We are also trying to do our bit so check out the worlds largest biggest T-shirt made from recycled plastic PET bottles.

This giant T-shirt made out of recycled plastic waste from around 200,000 used PET bottles has entered the Guinness Book of World Records. Measuring 97.5m x 70.08m & weighed a whopping 4,000 kg, the T-shirt was constructed in India by the Plastindia Foundation (an apex body which works with companies and government), to create awareness on the need to manage and recycle plastic waste.

The Indian company sourced 200,000 used PET bottles then crushed, recycled and processed them into fibre to create a whopping 4,000 kg of cloth.With public interest in the damage caused by discarded plastic this was a fantastic example of raising awareness by Mumbai-based organisation, Plastindia Foundation. After the record was confirmed and photos taken, the record-breaking tee was taken away to be turned into 10,000 normal sized shirts and distributed to disadvantaged children Please remember we are here to help with expert branded clothing, merchandise and print advice .

Why not take a little look at our extensive range quality reusable water bottles that avoid single use as well as many other environmentally friendly product options to browse simply click on the link


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