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Date:11/21/2013

l="nofollow">CR Kids, a school program that allows kids to learn and connect with diverse cultures as they build a foundation of skills around clothing recycling. CR Campus will also be headed to Delaware as a sustainable and customizable green move-out solution for campus and university life.

“We want people to start thinking about household sustainability all the time,” Baseman continued. “When people think about where their things will go and that others will reuse them, we make the world a smaller, friendlier and greener place. People Recycling for People.”

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ABOUT COMMUNITY RECYCLING

Community Recycling is proud to be a for-profit clothing recycler with a focus on REUSE. They have flipped the recycling triangle upside down and have mastered the most powerful ‘R,’ REUSE, with more than 98% of the goods collected destined for REUSE here and around the world. Engaging people in the communities where they live is essential to making the recycling process as convenient as possible. Community Recycling is effectively diverting millions of pounds of clothing, shoes and other secondhand things from landfills, generating new revenue streams for municipalities, townships, boroughs, commercial retail locations, schools, charities, thrifts; and fueling local economies by creating jobs both here and in emerging countries. Community Recycling offers a portfolio of innovative recycling programs including CR Home, CR Kids, CR Campus, CR Bins and ShoeBox Recycling. Visit us at http://www.communityrecycling.biz for more information and please join us as one of
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