Donate your old clothes, shoes, bags, and fabric swatches this weekend

Friday, August 9, 2019

On average Americans throw away 70 pounds of clothing a year! When you recycle your clothing it is turned into a post-consumer fiber. 

This fiber is repurposed into useful materials such as insulation, carpet padding, and even raw materials for the auto industry. Your t-shirt can have many lives and uses once it leaves your closet!

The Shoreline Farmers Market is partnering with community sponsor, Recology

When you bring your items to the market you can learn more about the recycling process and check out Recology's array of waste-free times. Accepting clean and dry: clothes, shoes, bags, towels, sheets, and scrap fabrics. 

Please pre-bag your items.

Fresh this week: Peaches - Pickling Cucumbers - Fresh Basil - Blueberries - Kale - Corn - Dried Beans - Parsley - Garlic - Spring Onions - Eggs - Sunflowers

Stop by the Shoreline Farmers Market this Saturday, August 10th to drop of your clothing AND find delicious veggies for your summer dinners. 10am to 3pm on the upper level of Shoreline Place near Central Market, 155th and Westminster Way in Shoreline.


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