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Blue Jeans Go Green - San Francisco -

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Blue Jeans Go Green

Demin recycling. Online. When you recycle your old denim through our program, we help transform it into creative new products, from insulating material for building efforts to pet bed inserts to thermal insulation used in sustainable food and pharmaceutical packaging. Part of Cotton, Inc, a USDA commodity.
Print shipping label through Zappos or Amazon account. Drop off at UPS store. Box may contain up to 50lbs (even though the label says only 2lbs).

Item Notes Method Destination
Clothing - Poor Condition Denim. Must be at least 90% cotton, no hangers, stickers, tags or plastic attached.
  • Free Mail-in
  • Recycle
Textiles - Good Condition/Size Denim. Must be at least 90% cotton, no hangers, stickers, tags or plastic attached.
  • Free Mail-in
  • Recycle

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