Connecting the Community to Recycling
by Reusing & Repurposing its Goods



Multiple local organizations & schools statewide, plus:

  • Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater Lowell
  • Habitat for Humanity Metro West/Greater Worcester
  • Habitat for Humanity No Central MA
  • RARA

New Jersey:

AMVETS Department of New Jersey, supporting AMVETS statewide at:

  • VFW's statewide
  • Elks Lakewood
  • American Legion Northvale
  • DPW's statewide
  • Lowes stores statewide
  • Walmart's statewide
  • Many other businesses statewide

New York Metro Area:

Many businesses and churches

New Hampshire:

Multiple local organizations statewide


Businesses and churches statewide

Why Recycle?

Whatever your motivation, donating your used and unwanted clothing, shoes, books, and CDs/DVDs in a Recycle That collection box or at a participating Habitat ReStore is good for good for the environment, good for the local community and benefits a local non-profit or community groupy!  Recycle That is committed to the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.


  • The average US citizen throws away over 70 pounds of textiles every year.

  • 2 MILLON TONS of textiles (clothing, shoes, purses, towels, etc) are diverted from landfills each year by recycling.

  • Textile recycling impacts greenhouse gas reduction (2 million tons annually) equal to removing 1 million cars from America's highways.

  • 45% of donated clothing is re-wearable and can be used by people all over the world.

  • Even worn or torn clothing and single shoes can be repurposed or recycled into new uses.


  • REDUCE consumer waste by redistributing materials vs. new manufacturing

  • REUSE products through domestic retail or wholesale outlets or by exporting it to developing countries.

  • RECYCLE products to transform them for additional uses, such as turning non-wearable garments and towels into industrial wiping cloths, or material fibers into insulation, stuffing and upholstry padding.

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