“Pink Bin is a socially responsible company that promotes a comprehensive textile recycling initiative to improve the health and well being of our global environment.“
Pink Bin Inc.
We are a U.S. based recycling company that collects unwanted textiles and resells them in the U.S.A. and abroad, diverting thousands of pounds of clothing from landfills, generating new revenue streams for U.S. businesses, and fueling local economies in emerging countries.
Care of your Donation
Textiles typically are not sorted at the point of collection, but keeping them clean and free from moisture is important...
Security and Safety
Our steel bins are custom manufactured here in the U.S.A. They are designed for safety and are weather resistant...
Pink Bin appreciates the support of all the organizations that have donated their time and their property to further the objectives of Pink Bin.
Fleece, flannel, corduroy, cotton, nylon, denim, wool, and linen. What can you do with these fibers when you’re finished wearing them, sleeping on them, or draping them over your windows? One way to benefit both your community and the environment is to donate used textiles to recycling organizations. Most recovered household textiles end up at recycling organizations, who sell or donate the majority of these products. The remainder go to either a textile recovery facility or the landfill.
Why Should We Buy Recycled Clothes?
One of the most immediate recycling challenges today is to educate consumers about the benefits of buying products made from recycled materials. Manufacturing is driven by the marketplace. Buying recycled content products creates long-term markets for recyclable materials and increases recycling program revenues. If demand exists for recycled content products, manufacturers will produce recycled products.
Clothes & Shoes
The bin is painted pink and visually represents our support of Clothes for Cures mission. The bin is usually about 48” x 48” square and just over 6 feet tall. For comparison, it is about the size of a vending machine. The bin is marked with easy to follow directions about how to handle your donations. All bins are covered by a liability insurance policy.