It’s true, Renegade fabrics are recyclable. We understand that you might be skeptical, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about plastics recycling. Some of it is true, some of it is not. But Renegade cares about the environment, so we want to make sure that our fabrics are recycled appropriately, and that our customers have the information that they need to recycle the fabrics that they buy from us.
Why Can Renegade Fabrics Be Recycled?
Who Can Recycle Renegade Fabrics?
What’s the Catch?
How Do I Recycle Renegade Fabrics?
Please refer to our map of qualified recyclers below and contact the recycler closest to you. If you cannot find a recycler near you, please contact us at email@example.com and we will help you find one.
What Happens to Renegade Fabrics After They Get Recycled?
Map of Preferred Qualified Recycling Partners
Please note that this map only includes recyclers that have been qualified by Renegade and is in no way representative of all recyclers that can accept Renegade fabrics. If you are a recycler and would like to be included on this map, or if you are looking for a recycler near you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org