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[Source: Cotton Incorporated ]
Therefore and that’s why it’s important to recycle your old jeans. Especially when you no longer like the way they fit or they are no longer in style. The Blue Jeans Go Green™ denim recycling program is unique. Cause it upcycles old jeans into UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation. This denim insulation, with a part, about 250,000 square feet provided to communities in need each year (mainly Habitat for Humanity affiliates). It’s composed of 85 percent recycled cotton fibers. It is environmentally safe, has 30% better sound absorption. Furthermore, it resists mold and mildew and doesn’t contain any volatile organic chemicals.
To date, the Blue Jeans Go Green™ program has received almost one million pieces of denim. Thereby resulting in about 2 million square feet of insulation. That’s over 600 tons of denim diverted from landfills.
In conclusion, Hayden Panettiere, actress and national spokesperson for Cotton Incorporated’s “The Fabric of Our Lives” campaign, talks about the recycling process. She explains the Blue Jeans Go Green™ and how by recycling jeans you can wind up with a pair of celebrities autographed jeans! Finally and For more information:
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