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    Lbs of CO2 saved
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    Cubic Yards of landfill space saved
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USAgain Announces Appointment of Nick Yagar as Division Manager for Southern California Operations

Lake Forest, CA - USAgain, the textile recycling company is proud to announce and welcome Nick Yagar as Division Manager for the company’s Southern California operations.

Nick joins USAgain with 20-plus years’ experience managing a business of laundry equipment in residential buildings in the Los Angeles area. During his successful tenure, Nick directed all the sales and business development efforts to grow and manage a business at 3,500 sites. This breadth of managerial experience makes Nick a natural fit and a true asset for leading the USAgain’s SoCal division.

“We’re very excited to welcome Nick to our team” says Mattias Wallander, CEO of USAgain. “Under his guidance, we look forward to a successful expansion of recycling operations in the area.”

Nick will serve an instrumental role in USAgain’s growth in Southern California, bringing tight focus on building stronger team and improving customer relations while expanding USAgain textile recycling programs in the local community.

“I am thrilled to be a part of the USAgain team,” says Yagar. “I look forward to leading the Southern California division toward our goal to be the premier clothing and shoe recycler in the region.”

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About USAgain
USAgain, a leader in the textile recycling industry, with corporate headquarters in Chicago, is a for-profit company that collects unwanted clothing and other textiles to keep them out of landfills. In 2012 alone, the company collected 58 million pounds of discarded clothing. USAgain operates over 10,000 collection bins in eighteen states. Their mission is to provide consumers with a convenient and eco-friendly option to rid themselves of excess clothing, which are then diverted from landfills. For more information, visit