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Kidney Clothes partners with Peel Region for clothing and textile pickup pilot The Kidney Clothes Program is a Trust of The Kidney Foundation of Canada which raises money for the Foundation by collecting and recycling reusable and resalable clothing and household goods from donors. - Supplied/Kidney Foundation Canad Peel residents throw away tonnes of clothing and textiles each year. A large portion of that clothing is thrown out at this time of year, as kids are going back to school and people are switching their wardrobes over for the colder weather. To make it easier to reuse or repurpose those items and also divert them from landfills, Kidney Clothes, in partnership with Peel Region, is testing a pickup of clothing and textiles in selected areas in the region. This is the second phase of pickups as part of a pilot program supported by the Region of Peel Waste Management Division. The average North American throws away over 80 lbs. of clothing a year. Most of this clothing sits in landfills for decades, even though 90 per cent of those items could be reused or repurposed. Kidney Clothes is promoting the repurposing of these textiles with this convenient home pickup program. All cloth and cloth-based items will be accepted; including clothing, linens, curtains, accessories (purses, belts and wallets) as well as outerwear like shoes and coats.
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