Accepted items Not accepted items
  • Casual wear (i.e. jeans, shorts, skirts, dresses, shirts, jerseys, hoodies, sweaters, cardigans)

  • Formal wear (i.e. tailored clothing, suits, ties, uniforms, blouses, blazers)

  • Outerwear (i.e. coats, denim jackets, windbreakers, gloves, scarves)

  • Activewear (i.e. sports bras, leggings, gym shorts, t-shirts, tops, headbands, swimsuits, wetsuits)

  • Lingerie and nightwear (i.e. undergarments, socks, tights, pyjamas, nightgowns, bathrobes)

  • Household textiles (i.e. bed sheets, linens, curtains, towels, aprons, tea towels, table cloths, dishcloths)

  • Indoor and outdoor fabrics (i.e. awnings, outdoor furniture coverings, rugs, canvas tents)

  • Shoes
  • Accessories (e.g. belts, jewellery, eyewear)
  • Stuffed items (e.g. soft toys, pillows, duvets, blankets, stuffed coats)
  • Leather and suede
  • Hazardous waste (sharp, flammable, reactive, corrosive, ignitable, toxic, infectious or pathogenic) which presents a danger to the environment, or to people
  • Batteries, pressurised canisters, broken glass and medical waste

Important: We do not accept heavily soiled materials and dirty clothes. Please wash undergarments before adding them to the box.


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Collect with large Zero Waste Bags

Recycle all Fabrics and Clothing by using our large Zero Waste Bag. Make sure to check off the “Fabrics and Clothing” checkbox on the front of the Zero Waste Bag. When the Zero Waste Bag is full, seal it, request a QR code and drop it at your nearest available Inpost locker.

Buy Zero Waste Bags

How we recycle


Learn more about how we recycle fabrics & clothing 

Each Zero Waste Bag is opened upon receipt and visually inspected for any non-compliant materials, then consolidated for processing in bulk. The consolidated materials are then manually sorted into categories based on secondary stage mechanical processing requirements.

Clothing is size-reduced through shredding and metals are then removed through magnetized and electrostatic sortation. Sorted metals are smelted and formed for use in secondary metals manufacturing. Shredded clothing is dewoven through mechanized carding to create single-orientation fibers and sold for use in filled applications.

Click here to find out more about our recycling process.