Leading silk brand, LilySilk, has partnered with recycling specialist TerraCycle® to introduce a recycling program as part of its zero-waste goal.
Consumers in the United States can recycle non-donatable LilySilk textiles, such as bedding, clothes, and sleepwear made of silk and cashmere, for free through the LilySilk Recycling Programme.
David Wang, LilySilk chief executive, said that at LilySilk, they believe that zero waste can make a tremendous difference, therefore they are leading by example in the hopes of persuading our customers to join them.
Wang added that recycling is a natural and meaningful method for customers to say goodbye to their LilySilk items when the time comes. They’re thrilled to join TerraCycle to be more proactive about environmental sustainability as part of their goal to make the world greener.
Consumers may easily recycle LilySilk textiles by signing up for the program on TerraCycle's website, washing and packaging all textiles in an accessible box, and mailing the box in with a prepaid shipping label.
The LilySilk textiles will be gathered and converted into shredded fiber, which will be utilized as a filler for cushions, pillows, and linings.
Tom Szaky, founder and chief executive of TerraCycle, said that partnering with environmentally-conscious businesses like LilySilk aligns well with TerraCycle's mission to 'Eliminate the Idea of Waste' and, in turn, care for the planet. Through their recycling program, LilySilk is providing consumers with a sustainable option to part with their LilySilk textiles that can no longer be passed on or donated when they reach the end of their useful life.
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