The Colombo Flea Market is back this March and if you know how it works, we are giving you ample time to clean out your house of the things you would like to get rid of.
The Colombo Flea Market is back this March and if you know how it works, we are giving you ample time to clean out your house of the things you would like to get rid of. Rather than throwing the stuff you don't want anymore, bring all the things you want to throw away to the Colombo Flea Market.
The Sustainability Hub Sri Lanka, advocate for the Exchange, Reuse and Recycling of products and invite everyone to bring along their things which are solely dusting away at home with no intention of being used again. Come and bring them to the flea market and sell them, someone else might have a need for them!
Products can include clothes, books, DVDs, CDs, jewels, kitchen and home stuff and other things you might think someone will have an interest in. To sell make sure the products are in a condition that someone else can use them. If not, and if you have for example clothes (this includes Sarees) which are in a bad condition, please also bring them along, there are places which recycle them and make use out of it. If you have other products which are not functioning anymore let us know and we will see if recycling is available for them.
To contribute, you can join as a vendor, help someone else selling or just come and maybe you find something for yourself. If you are interested in Sustainability come join our group "Sustainability Hub Sri Lanka"
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