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Support and consultation for charity organizations and non-profit associations representing socially disadvantaged groups, municipal authorities, local district authorities and the retail trade on all issues relating to used textile collection.
Individually tailored logistics concepts to optimize collection and yield, sorting, marketing and recycling of the used textiles collected according to current statutory provisions.

“We sort …”
  • by hand
  • with a sure instinct
  • based on fashion criteria and degree of wear and tear
  • up to 300 different types of wearable clothing and recyclable textiles for continued use or recycling
  • approx. 100,000 t p.a. with nearly 600 staff
“We collect ...”
  • according to a standardized procedure
  • with decentralized structures
  • covering short transportation distances
  • with low emissions
  • with low levels of CO₂
  • strengthening regional structures
  • securing jobs

The container

  • Plunder-proof and entry-proof container according to the latest standards
  • Free container set-up where there is sufficient potential
  • Third-party claim exemption for property owners and those giving consent (legally required third-party liability insurance)
  • Round-the-clock used clothes collection by means of a low-noise mechanism
  • Free maintenance and upkeep of the containers, as well as repair and replacement
  • Emptying of containers as required, on a weekly basis at least

A 360° view of the containers

Technical specifications of the containers

  • Total height with runners: 2200 mm
  • Total length: 1150 mm
  • Total width: 1150 mm
  • Size of disposal hatch: 1000 x 1000 mm
  • Size of feed opening: 600 x 400 mm
  • Material: 1.5 mm thick galvanized sheet steel, lock protections for the disposal hatch
  • Weight: 220 kg
  • 24-hour complaint and emergency service with central contact
  • Supplement to existing charity collections (not in competition since only 15% of the population participate in street collections)
  • Commercial recycling on own account without public funding/li>
  • Virtually 100% exploitation rate as defined by the German Lifecycle and Refuse Act
  • Funding of charitable, social and humanitarian work carried out by associations and organizations, or rental income for those providing the container sites

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