More communities add curbside clothing recycling

04/21/2013 | USA Today

Retailers including The North Face and H&M have launched apparel-recycling programs and now more cities across the country are adding curbside bags to encourage residents to recycle old clothing. Companies and nonprofits that partner with the cities pick up the old clothing, sell what they can and turn the rest into rags and other goods, sharing the proceeds with the city or local charities.

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