• Marymount California University Collaborates with USAgain to Green 2015 Move-Out

    Marymount California University Collaborates with USAgain to Green 2015 Move-Out

  • Easy, green, free and educational! It doesn’t get any better than that.

    Easy, green, free and educational! It doesn’t get any better than that.

How We Work
How We Work

How does USAgain work? It’s simple: we place a green and white collection bin in an unused space outside of your location. Your patrons will be able to use the bin to drop off their surplus clothing and shoes. Their recycling efforts will help eliminate textile waste, preserve the environment, create green sector job opportunities, and keep your community clean and green.

Join Us
Join Us

A USAgain collection bin shows your organization’s commitment to recycling and environmental sustainability. It offers a free and easy way for your patrons to divert waste from landfills and give clothing a second life. To sign up, use this form.

What We Collect
What We Collect

USAgain collects clothes, shoes and other household textiles for reuse and recycling. For a full list of acceptable-to-recycle items, click here.

USAgain So Cal

Doing good for people and planet, USAgain's Southern California division is a sustainable for-profit operation offering communities our green and white bins to drop off clothes, shoes and other household textiles for reuse and recycling in Orange County, San Diego County, LA County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and Ventura County.

“Textile recycling programs are getting attention from municipalities with a goal to improve their overall waste diversion rates and we are working diligently to assist with their goal”

Mattias Wallander CEO, USAgain