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Donate Your Textiles

The Pink Bin Clothing and Shoes Recycling Program is an initiative of Eastern Recyclers Association (ERA) and supports Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The pink bins are an opportunity to collect used clothing and shoes for reuse rather than send them to the landfill.

Textile recycling includes the recycling of clothing, footwear, bedding, curtains, and other fabrics. Textiles include all types of cloth or woven fabric. They may be of natural or artificial fibres. Textiles are used for clothing, linens, bedding, upholstery, curtains, carpets, and other items.

By donating your textiles, you not only help reduce the amount of waste going into the region's landfills but you also support CBCF’s vision of creating a future without breast cancer.

Click on your province to find a pink bin location:

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

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