We live in a world where the average person spends more time on their phone than they do on their face.

In other words, we spend an average of $4.60 per day on our smartphones, which is a significant percentage of our disposable income.

It is also a significant amount of money for our environment, as well.

A recent study found that the average US cotton worker spends a whopping $2.70 per hour cleaning their clothes and their hands.

The research also found that cotton workers use the majority of their time cleaning their phones, which contributes to climate change.

The textile industry, in its quest to get the most out of their cotton, uses every single fiber of their fabric, which results in an even greater impact on the environment.

Unfortunately, our clothing industry is not the only industry that suffers from this.

Textile waste is a huge problem in the textile industry.

It can result in billions of dollars in environmental costs, and it is an issue that the textile industries’ environmental stewardship groups are working hard to address.

Here are a few of the problems with textile waste:1.

Cotton is one of the most polluting fibers available2.

It’s highly recyclable, meaning it can be recycled at a much higher rate than most other products3.

It doesn’t require any sort of certification to produce4.

It has a very low carbon footprint5.

It uses much less water than paper, and can be produced using renewable energySources: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/20/texas-cotton-industry-pioneer_n_2134199.html?utm_source=HuffPost&utm_medium=twitter&utm=twitter_text&utm =twitter_form&utm=”tweet”%5D%5Btexas_cotton_industry%5Cproduces%5CEntry%3A5%5E%3C2%3D5%3Aspect%5A1%5CDrink%5By%5CCry_textile_waste%5CTech%5CBotton_source: www.theguardian.com&utm