Diverting Excess New Merchandise From Landfills And Instead Giving it to Those in Need.

In today’s world, waste is a growing problem that has a significant impact on the environment. This is especially true in the retail and manufacturing industries, where excess merchandise and unsold products are often discarded, leading to massive amounts of waste. However, there are ways to mitigate this problem, and Delivering Good is taking the lead in helping companies reduce their waste while also helping people in need.

At Delivering Good, we understand the negative impact of retail waste on the environment and the community. That is why we have developed a solution to this problem that includes redistributing surplus new merchandise donated by manufacturers and retailers to people in need.

The environmental impact of retail waste is enormous. According to a report by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the fashion industry alone produces 92 million tons of waste each year. The majority of this waste is sent to landfills, where it can take hundreds of years to decompose. Furthermore, the production and disposal of excess merchandise contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, air and water pollution, and other environmental issues.

Through our redistribution efforts, we are helping to address this issue by diverting excess new merchandise from landfills and instead giving it to those in need. Delivering Good works with retailers and manufacturers to offer them a simple solution for their excess merchandise that is good for the environment and for people in need. We collect and redistribute a wide range of surplus merchandise, including clothing, accessories, home goods, and other items, donated by generous retail and manufacturing companies. Their donations reduce waste and promote sustainable consumption by allowing people access to needed items without contributing to environmental harm.

Our redistribution efforts help support people in need, including families experiencing financial hardship, victims of natural disasters, and other vulnerable communities. By providing free access to surplus new merchandise, we are helping to address poverty and inequality while also promoting sustainable consumption.

We encourage everyone to join us in this effort to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all.

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