Stop companies throwing out items not sold

Stop companies throwing out items not sold

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Lexi Keller started this petition to Amazon and

It has come to my attention that big companies are throwing out their overstock items into the landfill.  They cut up the clothing items or purposely destroy items so they are not usable to public people who may come across them in the trash. 

Online many of these companies claim they send their overstock to warehouses to be liquidated but how much of these items dont get liquidated and end up in the trash? I have come across many people who have seen these scorn items in trash bags and are appalled.

Not only are these items good and could go to people who need it including elderly, Children and in between but it is filling our landfills creating more pollution then neccessary.  I have seen giant washing machines and fridges go into the landfill by the hundreds.  In order for the stores to create more items that again will go through this same process. Its endless. Its unnecessary. From Clothing, appliances to vehicles all of these items could be put to better use yet these companies think throwing them in the trash is the right answer instead of taking the time to make the world a better place. 

Please sign this petition if you want to help make a change in this world by stopping these big companies polluting our earth even more than they already do. There are so many other ways we can put these items to use even if it's just one bag at a time. 

Supply and demand is one thing but what about all the people who actually need these items. We need to work together to make this world a better place in more ways than one. 

Stop the unnecessary landfill dumps, stop cutting up or destroying items so other people cant use them if found, stop being selfish and take a long hard look at what your contributing to this world other than overstock and pollution. 

 

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