USAgain Live Stats

  • 630,514,035
    Items saved from landfills
  • 4,012,362,039
    Lbs of CO2 saved
  • 3,275,398
    Cubic Yards of landfill space saved
  • 450,839
    Trees planted
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USAgain is a for-profit company that collects unwanted textiles and resells them in the U.S. and abroad, effectively diverting millions of pounds of clothing from landfills, generating new revenue streams for U.S. businesses and non-profits, and fueling local economies in emerging countries.

Here's how it works. USAgain stations collection bins at locations around major U.S. cities. Instead of throwing away unwanted clothes, consumers drop them off in our convenient bins, knowing they will be diverted from landfills to be reworn, reused or recycled.

We collect around one million pounds of clothing per week, which is then purchased by wholesale buyers, thrift store chains and textile recyclers.

USAgain was founded in 1999, and operates over 10,000 collection bins in 17 states. In 2011 alone, we collected nearly 60 million pounds of discarded clothing. A profitable venture headquartered in Chicago, we employ 220 staff nationwide.

Scott Burnham
(312) 550-3947

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