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Threadcycle video

Check out this short video Youtube to learn more about the Threadcycle program.

Damaged clothes and linens aren’t garbage anymore. Up to 95 percent of the clothes, shoes, and linens thrown in the garbage could have been reused or recycled.* Many local organizations want all your clothes, shoes, and linens for reuse or recycling – even damaged items – in any condition except wet, mildewed or contaminated with hazardous materials.

Threadcycle is a public education campaign of King County and Seattle Public Utilities external link .

Threadcycle logo - give all your clothes, shoes and linens for reuse or recycling

Threadcycle partners

These Threadcycle campaign partners regularly accept nearly all clothes, shoes, and linens for reuse or recycling:

Threadcycle partners

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*Post-Consumer Textiles: King County LinkUp Research Summary Report Pg. 1 Download PDF 1.2 MB – King County, April 2014; rev. May 2015).

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