Send your unwanted clothes for recycling. All items are remade into other products.
We all love fashion, we all wear clothes. We often do not know what to do when we clean out our wardrobes - hand me down pile, op shop pile and then there is a pile of items that do not fit either category.. they are too worn, stained, torn to be used again.. this is the RCYCL pile.
Simply fill the RCYCL return satchel when you receive it and head to the local Sendle drop off location near you. Hand your parcel over and this will then be sent straight to our recycling partner to be processed into new yarn and carpet underlay.
SIZE: Small RCYCL return satchel: $14.95 RRP saves up to 6 garments from landfill, used for a trial run to reduce impact habitually, often and immediately
SIZE: Medium RCYCL return satchel: $19.95 RRP saves up to 10 garments from landfill for a mini wardrobe clean out
SIZE: Large RCYCL return satchel: $39.95 RRP saves up to 20 garments from landfill for a seasonal cleanse, school or sport uniforms or a new workwear wardrobe is needed
SMALL (335 x 260mm)
MEDIUM (385 x 260mm)
- Frame Shape: Rectangle
- Fabrication: Made from completely biodegradable and compostable materials; corn starch, PLA (synthesised from corn) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate).
- Care and Use Instructions: Home Compostable
- Cost of postage included (don't pay extra)
Satchel and RCYCLE Sustainability Details:
This a certified home compostable, fully biodegradable mailing satchel partly made from plants from our partner, Better Packaging Co.
• Made from completely biodegradable and compostable materials; corn starch, PLA (synthesised from corn) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate).
• This combination of materials is non-toxic and contains no Phthalate or Bisphenol A (BPA).
• Certified free of GMO material.
• While these materials are biodegradable and compostable, they are not 100% renewable as the PBAT component is derived from petroleum-based materials. We are limited at the moment by the availability of suitable, sustainable raw materials that deliver the barrier and performance properties we need but are always testing resins made from an even greater amount of plant-based material – exciting times!