Sustainable + Eco-Friendly Clothing
Find a few more here.
- TerraCycle. Recycle everything by using their search bar to let them know what you want to recycle. They’ll offer different options, including boxes they’ll send to you to fill and return.
- USAgain. Extend the life of your clothes and shoes by bringing them to one of their drop boxes. Search for one near you on their website.
- EPA. When in doubt, check out the Environmental Protection Agency website for all your recycling basic needs.
- thredUp. One of the biggest online thrift shops around. Buy high-quality pieces or sell your own and get a percentage of the sale. Note that they only sell about 40% of what you send as they put clothes through a strict check.
- Poshmark. Another way to donate clothes you no longer want. Buy or sell to interested buyers in your local area and all around the world. This is a great place to start if you don’t want to commit to paying full price for brand new sustainable clothing.
- VVA. Schedule a pickup by the Vietnam Veterans of America. They’ll take anything from clothes to DVDs and household items. They don’t serve all states so be sure to check to see if yours is on their list.
Sustainable + Natural Products
- EarthHero. Like Amazon, only it sells sustainable products from dryer wool balls to reusable food wrappers. Packaging is also used with recyclable materials.
- Grove Collaborative. A subscription service that will send you natural household products like cleaning supplies, dish soap, beauty products, and more.
- Tru Earth. Swap out those heavy laundry detergent bottles for laundry strips. They’re ethical, more convenient, and work in Standard and HE machines.
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