These garments are shortly being being distributed to community recycling enterprises around Australia for sale in their recycle shops. The garments included work wear pants, shirts and hi visibility clothing. A number of enterprises got on board to assist including The Endeavour Foundation, Axis Worx, The Eaglehawk Recycle Shop, The Christie Centre, Job Quest, Entekcom and Finding Workable Solutions. Another 2,000 garments which could not be reused in Australia are being sent the Maubissee Friendship Committee and shipped over to Timor Leste’ , thanks to The Eaglehawk Recycle Shop.
CRN Australia wishes to thank everyone who got on board with their enthusiasm. It is proof that when we work together great things can happen! If you missed out on this opportunity - not to worry. There is likely to be more in the future. The next part phase of the pilot project is to recycle 200,000 letter trays.
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