What is Second to None (220)?

A group of volunteers who are trying to practice and encourage everyone to practice a life of reuse, recycle, reduce waste and replenish resources. We aim to do this by sharing recycling ideas, discussing ways to reduce consumption of harmful materials and encourage buying used goods instead of new. The activities and discussions could occur through this blog, on our Facebook page and through events like the periodic flea markets that we organize.

What are these ideas that we will encourage sharing? To find a new lease of life for objects around us. Own an old but gorgeous saree? It’s another’s curtain. Shoe boxes? Decoupage and make them center table attractions. A plate in a set of 6 broken? 4 are perfect for a small family. 
Don’t discard. Resell. Don’t waste. Share. Before you buy new, discover the charm of the old. 
Be a part of Second to None. If we change the way we live, we can change it for others.

You can contact us at this mail ID: secondtononemarket@gmail.com

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12 thoughts on “What is Second to None (220)?

  1. read about second to none flea market in the Hindu. am interested in bringing my stuff to the next flea market for a sale. please keep me posted.
    thanks, lalitha easwaran.

  2. We proclaim and propagate Environmental programmes.We are having a great number of volunteers at CSA (Centre for Social Action). We have one almost same type Progrmme in one of our Projects named as “Second hand Shop”. For more information,you can contact Prof.Johny Joseph, the Director ,CSA at CSA@christuniversity.in

  3. Good Cause and thought, really want to be a part of this, keep me posted, have lots of stuff to share and resell!!!

  4. Very interested in your endeavor to help showcase some of the upcycled products created by three very talented seniors. Please keep me posted about any upcoming flea markets. 🙂

  5. read about second to none flea market in the Hindu. am interested in bringing my stuff to the next flea market for a sale. please keep me posted.
    thanks

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