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Fleece, flannel, corduroy, cotton, nylon, denim, wool, and linen. What can you do with these fibers when you’re finished wearing them, sleeping on them, or draping them over your windows? One way to benefit both your community and the environment is to donate used textiles to recycling organizations.

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Most of us don’t fully understand the environmental impact of clothes production. From their fabrication, transportation to market, washing, and disposal; clothes can make quite an impact on our global environment. While more and more people seem to be recycling their old attire, according to the U.S.

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Our Pledge

Pink Bin is committed to ensuring the total satisfaction of every person who has given us permission to place a Pink Bin. Pink Bin holds itself to the highest standard for managing its collection containers. Not all textile recycling companies care about collection standards. Secondary Materials and Recycled

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