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Table 1: Total clothing consumed in the United Kingdom for 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016

Year Clothing consumed (in tonnes)
2010 1,030,000
2012 950,000
2014 1,080,000
2016 1,130,000

Source: Data adapted from Waste and Resources Action Programme, Valuing Our Clothes: The Cost of UK Fashion (Banbury: WRAP, 2017), table 2, http://www.wrap.org.uk/sustainable-textiles/valuing-our-clothes.

 

Table 2: Comparing survey methods

Variable Online By mail Telephone Face to face
Cost cheapest cheap moderate costly
Speed fast moderate fast slow
Response rate low/moderate low/moderate moderate high
Open-ended questions poor poor moderate best
Possibility of interviewer bias none none moderate high

Source: Data adapted from Rahul Chakrabarti, "Principles of m-Health Survey Design," Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine 1, no. 3 (2012): 3, http://articles.journalmtm.com.