Clothes The Loop

Clothes The Loop

In 2010, the U.S. EPA estimated that over 26 billion pounds of apparel, footwear, and other textiles were thrown away. Nearly 85 percent of which ended up in the landfill. That’s about 70 pounds per U.S. resident! Much of that can be reused or recycled and kept in a closed production cycle. By doing so, you help protect and preserve valuable material resources and help build a healthier planet.

Clothes The Loop extends the lifecycle of apparel and footwear brought in by consumers by giving them a new life through reusing items or reverting them to basic materials used for new product manufacturing.

By recycling your unwanted apparel and footwear at The North Face® retail stores and outlets, you only have to put in a little effort to make a major difference.

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The North Face Aims to Recycle more than 100,000 lbs of Apparel and Footwear in 2015
Alameda, Calif., April 20, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The North Face today announced the expansion of its Clothes The Loop recycling program to all of its retail and outlet stores in the U.S. in tandem with an in-store and social media campaign to encourage consumers to recycle unwanted apparel and footwear from any...
Apr 20, 2015 12:10 AM ET