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2006 roundup #29: Patagonia wants your underwear

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In 2006, everything is up for recycling grabs, from old soda bottles (but we'll talk more about Terracycle later) to your very underwear.  Hippy company Patagonia put out a call for your old Capilene base layers to be returned to their stores for stripping, dissolving and reuse in brand-new hiking gear - but only if it's really, really too worn for any human to reasonably wear again.  The other message: don't buy new if what you've got already does it.  [GT]

Original stories: Patagonia wants your underwear | TerraCycle sells your garbage back to you - as compost

December 25, 2006 in Green News, Outdoors & games, Recycling | Permalink

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