• Vintage Victories

February 09, 2018

As long-time advocates of reusing and recycling, we're eager to share the fabulous work of vintage and second hand storeowners. In Sydney alone, if we don't make changes to our current waste removal strategies, the City of Sydney predicts that by 2030, households and businesses will be sending more than 200,000 tonnes to landfill each year. Shockingly, it may have to be deposited more than 250 kilometres away. So the trick is to shop smart, shop local and hone your ethical awareness. Here are four small businesses we track on Instagram, that receive our undying love and devotion...

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@retrospectrumshop

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