Cash For Clothes in Dewsbury
Established in 1997, we use our years of experience to
recycle, reuse, and repair old clothing and material. All clothes that we
collect from you are fully paid for and are taken to our mill in Huddersfield.
Getting rid of textiles that you no longer need does not have to be difficult.
Our door-to-door service makes the whole process easy, with our team able to
come to wherever you are. In the past we have worked with individuals, charity
shops, government textile banks, chain stores, small local stores, and industry
We are also willing to buy any unwanted clothing from
charity shops or hospices, providing you with money for your unwanted clothing.
This clothing is either recycled at our mill or it is distributed to people in
third world countries who need it most. Over the years we have worked hard to
develop working relationships with people on the ground, allowing us to deliver
clothing and textile materials to people in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
We offer a wide range of services for all our customers,
providing a way of re-purposing old clothing. The team work hard to make sure
that your clothing finds a new lease of life. Some of the services that we
Recycling clothes Repairing clothing Re-using curtains Repairing curtains Re-using clothing Recycling excess
fabrics Recycling sheets
and duvet covers Recycling handbags Repairing shoes
and other footwear
We can collect items from many different places including
shops, door-to-door merchants, government textile banks, warehouses, and more.
Re-using Old Clothing and Fabrics
Finding clothing in your home and discovering that it is no
longer your style is a common experience. There is no need to worry about what
to do with this and throwing it straight in the bin should not be your first
response. If clothing ends up in a landfill site it adds to pollution by taking
up space and releasing dangerous gasses into the atmosphere. There are many
ways that clothing or old textiles can be reused and understanding these can
help to show you the benefit of recycling.
People can be creative when it comes to recycling. They use
pieces of fabric and old clothes to create a wide variety of objects including
bags, pillows, rugs, clothing items, scarves, patches, and toys. At
Textiles Ltd we work to deliver your old and unwanted clothes to people who can
make use of them. Any pieces of material that are stained or damaged will be
taken to our mill in Huddersfield and reworked into new items.
We accept any item that you can think of, including belts,
clothing, curtains, handbags, material, sheets, duvet covers, and shoes. The
strong connections we have with individuals in third world countries mean that
your clothing will always be put to good use. Our fleet of vans are always
available to come and collect clothing direct from you. Making your life easier
is something that we care about which is why we offer a door-to-door service.
Your excess and unwanted clothing will be taken away without any hassle.
Who We Work With
If you have any excess clothing, textiles, or spare material
that you dont need then do not throw it away. We work with all kinds of people
and companies to recycle clothing. Some of these include:
Chain stores Homes Small shops Charity shops End of line surplus Government textile
banks Textile mills
surplus Warehouse drop
offs Workplaces Individuals
Spare textiles are not a waste of resources and our team use
these to create new items for re-sale or use by people who desperately need
them. Any materials you give to us will be turned into cash, meaning that you
are not only being environmentally friendly but also making some money for
If you would like to find out more about the people we can work with,
then please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Call us today on 01484 428 697 or fill in our online contact form . Why Should I Recycle My Clothes?
There are many benefits to the reuse of clothes and
materials, a main one being the protection of the environment. Clothing that is
thrown away ends up in landfills where there is a lack of oxygen present to
break down the organic materials within them. As well as taking up unnecessary
space, clothing left here ends up releasing dangerous greenhouse gases into the
atmosphere. According to the
the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK for the year of 2016 were
467.9 million tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCOČe). These gases damage the
world that we live in and we should try to do what we can to prevent this.
Recycling old clothes also helps to save energy as there is
no need for the production of new clothing. The worldwide clothing industry uses
large amounts of electricity and water. This wastes energy which could be used in
other areas of industry and domestic life.
An additional positive impact that recycling has is on those
in third world countries. We have established contacts in Europe, Asia and
Africa and provide clothing to people here that need them. Any clothing can be
taken in by our team. It does not matter if an item is marked or damaged, our
team can find a new use for it.
Cash For Clothes in Dewsbury
The town of Dewsbury sits within the borough of Kirklees and
has an estimated population of 63,000. The location can be traced back to the
1086 Domesday Book and is known for its past as a mill town. There are plenty
of things to do whilst in the area, including a trip to
Dewsbury County Park,
the National Coal Mining Museum for England,
or the Creative Arts Hub.
Nnenna Textiles Ltd purchase clothing and unwanted textiles from companies and
individuals across the Dewsbury area. Contact Us
If you require any further information about our services,
do not hesitate to get in touch. We provide recycling, reuse and repair
services for any clothing or textiles that you no longer need. You can call us
or fill in our online
contact form. 01484 428 697