The #SuperRecyclers mobilize young people and their families around an eco-socio-responsible movement in order to finance a project for a school or a daycare centre by collecting used clothing.


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Clothing drives


18 hours ago

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La vie d'une boule de coton... à regarder avec vos enfants.. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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Assez pertinent comme photo, sachant en plus l'impact de la culture du coton sur notre environnementQu'est-ce que cette photo illuste pour vous?

Créée par Fashion Revolution pour démontrer qu'il y a des conséquences pour les centaines de milliers de travailleurs qui transforment la fibre de coton brut en textile fini. La photo fait bien réfléchir. (Merci à Ariane Larivière - Styliste Zéro-Déchet pour la découverte).

#FashionRevolution #WhatsInMyClothes?
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1 month ago

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Une étude à lire.Qu'est-ce qu'un salaire décent pour les travailleurs de l’industrie de la mode?

L’Asia Floor Wage Alliance a calculé le salaire décent dans différents pays. Un salaire décent devrait couvrir les frais de subsistance de base d’une famille.

Ce salaire a été comparé au salaire minimum dans l’industrie du vêtement. Les chiffres montrent qu'il y a une énorme différence entre le salaire minimum et le salaire décent dans la plupart des endroits où nos vêtements sont fabriqués.

En guise d’exemple, le salaire minimum au Bangladesh ne représente que 18% de ce que devrait être le salaire décent. Pour la Chine, c’est plutôt 53% du salaire décent.

Pour en savoir plus sur l’étude :

#ActionPhareModeÉthique L’action phare 2020 du Réseau des femmes en environnement: Impact de l'industrie de la mode sur l'environnement, la société et la santé
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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Photos du journalTextile dyeing is the second largest polluter of water. Read on Via Most of the clothing we wear gets its vibrant colours from synthetic dyes, made with the help of non-renewable resources like petroleum & coal.⁣

Colouring fabric is an incredibly resource-intensive process, releasing 70+ toxic chemicals into the water supply, including known carcinogens which poisons soil, water, and air increasing risk of cancers for all that live in the area.⁣

The dye in our clothing and textiles is yet another form of #environmentalracism as well, as the majority of the people directly affected by the poisons emitted, are low-income, minority communities - Begging to question whether clothing dyed with anything but #plantdyes is truly ethical or sustainable (it's not).⁣

Textile dye is the second-largest polluter of clean water globally, after conventional agriculture; however, there are simple solutions to this problem on our farmlands.⁣

If the garments are dyed with plant materials created with #regenerativelyfarmed harvests , then the dye not only halts harm, but also contributes to carbon #drawdown, reversing #globalheating and preventing #climatebreakdown. ⁣

Some of the colours on the #naturaldye wheel even make use of potential #foodwaste as well, creating a positive practice which diverts it from the landfill. Reduced food waste is the 3rd most effective way of reversing #globalwarming, according to @projectdrawdown . When food waste is used for textile dye, it is a byproduct , extending the life & resources pulled from our soils & flora.⁣

This type of production would be difficult to implement on a mass scale, but large scale systems are part of the problem with the ethics and #sustainability of the fashion and textile industry as a whole. One of many reasons I believe that supporting small businesses who are actively doing the right thing, is the best way to invest the #futureoffashion , combining #fairfashion #ethicalfashion #sustainableashion & #regenerativefashion in one serene space . ⁣
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3 months ago

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Les élèves ont du plaisir à faire la collecte des Super Recycleurs!! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

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GAGNANT DU CONCOURS CPE DURABLE : Roulement de tambour... le CPE Bambin Club de la municipalité Ange-Gardien se mérite l'abonnement annuel au Programme CPE DURABLE d'ENvironnement JEUnesse. Vingt Centres de la petite enfance ont participé aux Super Recycleurs pour devenir un CPE durable. Bravo à tous ! Ensemble plus de 10 000 kg de vêtements ont été amassés. ... See MoreSee Less

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How Does it Work?


The community brings used clothing, shoes and linens to your location on a specific preselected date. The used linens must be washed first and must be in good enough condition to be used by disadvantaged families.


Our trucks will go to your location on the chosen day and hour to pick up the donated clothes, shoes, boots, sandals, and used linens (bed sheets and pillow, towels, dish towels, blankets, etc.)


The organization receives a sum of money based on the total weight of collected items that will be used to finance a specific project.

What is accepted?

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Clothing for men, women, children and babies  

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Accessories for men and women

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Shoes and boots in good condition

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Fabrics, sheets and towels

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Leather or leatherette accessories

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Toys in good condition (we do not accept books)

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Dishes, clothes hangers, electronic appliances


Rugs, pillows, skates

Impact on the community

For the students, employees or volunteers

Participation in a unified movement through the implementation of an eco-friendly collective project.

Satisfaction of having supported your chosen social cause by helping to fund one of their projects.

Heightened awareness about the importance and benefits of recycling clothing and linens.

For the cause

A social and environmentally responsible group project that will challenge students employees or volunteers.

Minimum logistics: turnkey formula one day per event.

Funding for projects, programs or services.

For the organization

Amount given to the organization that will use it to invest in research, education, poverty, health, sport and recreation, etc.

Heightened awareness for the community about solidarity, philanthropy and the environment.

Why recycle clothing and linens?

number of people living in low income families*

weight in tonnes of textile that is thrown out every year by all Quebecers*

percentage of textile waste that can be recycled

number of shoes thrown out every year*

percentage of cotton which can be recycled

weight of textile that is thrown out every year by one Quebecer

*statistics for 2011

Congratulations to you and your team!

Thank you very much for the support, your product and especially for your organization's efficiency. It's well done and quickly done. What more could you ask for? It is a very successful turnkey solution... and environmentally friendly!

This partnership is essential for optimal success.

Everyone can take part in this means of financing which is easy, ecological and does not require any investment of time.

The Super Recyclers…

... is a novel, humanitarian project and a simple way for families to collect funds for the benefit of their children's school.

In addition to doing a good deed…

... we have a chance to win a grant for our school. It's rare to have this possibility!

Fantastic idea!

It's not everyone who can participate in a fundraising activity. The Super Recyclers allow us to participate and to mobilize without taking money out of our pockets ... it's so easy.

Mobilizing all the way!

Thanks to the Super Recyclers, more employees informed themselves about the cause and came to meet us than we'd ever seen before.

We’ve had so much success…

...that the parents now ask us about doing a Super Recycler's clothing drive.

So simple for us!

During Crohn's & Colitis Awareness Month, the staff rallied to the cause supported by the company. Employees brought the clothes on site.



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