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A historical black and white photograph featuring a group of women from the World War era working attentively on machinery. They are dressed in practical work attire, with one woman wearing a cap, which indicates a factory or industrial setting. The women are focused on their task, displaying engagement and teamwork as they operate the machinery together. The background is a muted yellow, and the women are highlighted with a white outline.

Empowering Threads: The Evolution of Women’s Work Uniforms

Empowering Threads: The Evolution of Women’s Work Uniforms MARCH 8 2024         As we gear up to celebrate International Women’s Day, let’s tip our hats (an accessory with its own storied past) to the workplace’s unsung hero: the work uniform. From the flour-dusted aprons of yesteryear to today’s tailored suits that mean
A person's arm is shown extending from the right side of the image, holding a white tote bag against a neutral background. The tote bag is a product made from recycled uniforms.

The What, Why & How of Uniform Recycling in Australia

Sustainable Uniforms:The What, Why & How of Uniform Recycling in Australia NOV 13 2023         Roll out the green carpet; National Recycling Week is in full swing, and we’re spotlighting a hidden culprit of workplace waste: uniforms. Annually, a staggering 10,000 tonnes of these trusty threads find their end in Aussie landfills.