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Recycling Clothes – How To Recycle Your Unwanted Clothes

Author : Acorn Office

Submitted : 2010-10-16 21:34:52    Word Count : 489    Popularity:   74

Tags:   Office Waste, Recycling, Recycling Products, Environment

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When it comes to recycling, many people only think of the core recycling materials, things like cardboard, plastic and paper, and tend to overlook the importance of recycling clothing and unwanted clothes. There are many people who have less privileged existences that can really benefit from affordable second hand clothing, and at the same time it helps to reduce general waste and increase recycling levels.

Below, we take a look at the most common and easy ways of recycling your unwanted clothes.

Charity Shop – With many charity shops now rejecting the majority of electrical and other types of equipment along these lines, the importance of clothing as a way of raising money has never been more important. Although the shops can be quite selective about what they might sell, it gives you the chance to not only recycle your unwanted clothing but to also support the charity of your choice.

Charity Bag Collection – Following on the from the above point, if you are like the majority of home owners in the UK, you will get a large selection of charity collection bags popped through your letter box every month, especially approaching the colder months. Once again, this is a great way to get rid of any clothes you no longer need and to also support the charity of your choice.

Recycling Centre – The majority of the larger recycling centres will have a place to drop off your unwanted and unneeded clothes, with most going to a charity or good cause. This can make life much easier because you can combine your weekly recycling run of paper, cardboard and other types of material with popping your clothes into the car at the same time and running them to the local recycling centre.

Car Boot / Jumble Sale – This can be a fantastic way of making some money and at the same time recycling your old clothes and allowing people who might be less advantaged than you to benefit from affordable clothes. As long as the clothes are wearable and in reasonable condition, you should be able to sell the majority of your wanted wears, especially children’s clothes which tend to sell very well at these kinds of events.

Pass To Family Members – Handing down your clothes to siblings or other relations is in fact still a form of recycling, meaning that even by doing something this simple can still make a massive impact on the continuation of the usage of clothes. Things like jumpers and trousers do tend to last for a long time and even if the clothes are slightly warn they can still make excellent play clothes or clothes for nursery etc.

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