Recycle your clothes, shoes, toys and household items.
We make recycling your clothing, shoes and toys convenient 24/7/365. We believe recycling should be easily accessible to all. That is why we have placed over 3000 recyclers in neighborhoods across the United States.LEARN MORE
Your Neighborhood Recycler
American Textile Recycling Services, Inc is the fastest growing textile recycling company in the USA. We provide public recycling solutions for unwanted clothing, shoes, toys and household items.
We make recycling easy and convenient 24/7/365.
You’ll find our professionally maintained recyclers at shopping centers, major malls, local groceries, convenience and drug store parking lots. Hosting a recycler is not only good for business, it is good for the neighborhood.
We believe recycling should be clean, easy and accessible to all. That is why we have placed over 3,000 easily identifiable recyclers in neighborhoods across the United States. Find a recycling box here.
By donating unwanted goods and recycling textile with ATRS, you’re keeping your neighborhood clean, improving the quality of life for those in need and protecting the environment for future generations. Find out more about hosting a box.
This is a year of great transformation for ATRS. We're expanding to more cities everyday and serving our communities as a national recycling leader.
We're committed to keeping textiles out of landfills, cleaning up our local communities and seeding a greener future for generations to come.
We are active participants, sponsors and volunteers at community fairs and civic events. Our programs make it easy and convenient to recycle.
The work we do creates much-needed jobs in local communities and emerging nations. See how we're helping here and abroad.
ATRS prides itself on affiliations with member organizations that strengthen community partnerships
We are looking for qualified and motivated individuals who want to be part of our dynamic organization.
ATRS is committed to reducing landfill waste and providing a second life and second chance for unwanted garments and goods. There is an enormous need to share our wealth worldwide and provide recycled goods to those in need locally and in emerging nations.
- David Peganyee, Founder and CEO ATRS
A Greener Tomorrow
"One Million Pounds Collected!" ATRS is proud to announce that our Houston TX region reached the One Million Pounds collected goal this month for the first time! Yes, that’s one million pounds kept out of landfills all across the Greater Houston area. With textile recyclers in neighborhoods everywhere, it’s easy and convenient for communities to donate and recycle their unwanted clothing, shoes, toys and household items. Our awesome Greater Houston team has inspired communities to ...
Great news! American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS) has expanded into Atlanta and partnered with City of Refuge, a life saving community organization serving individuals living on the margin. American Textile Recycling Services has proudly partnered with City of Refuge to create a textile recycling program that rolls out in Atlanta this month, starting in Cobb County and beyond. ATRS collects clothing and shoe donations on behalf of City of Refuge and manages the ...
James (J.D.) Brown joined American Textile Recycling Services in May 2011, after working in the Cable Television industry for nearly 23 years. He was born and raised in the state of Nebraska and inherited a passion for benevolence from his parents, who were always the first to lend a helping hand. Throughout his childhood it seemed as though ...
Bryant Leinberger Joined the ATRS-CO team in the summer of 2009 after 10 years working in the restaurant and Hospitality business. Bryant was born in New York City on December of 1976 to a Columbian Father and Ecuadorian Mother. (Both became citizens in 1982) Bryant lived at one point or another in all the New York Boroughs except Queens and Staten Island. Growing up in New York, Bryant became a rabid New York ...
The Weldon House Holiday Party 2011 Old Saint Nick came to town in a big way, for the Mothers and Children of Weldon House, this past 2011 Holiday party. ATRS ARIZONA staff loved watching the children’s’ faces light up, when Santa arrived, singing joyful Christmas jingles and bellowing “HO-HO-HO”, was a gift in itself! Some of these children had never seen Santa Claus, or received ...
Sled hockey was started in 1989 in Minnesota by enthusiastic Norwegian hockey fans because they recognized the extraordinary recreational needs of disabled children and adults. For those of you who aren’t familiar with how the game is played, here is the description right from Colorado Sled Hockey’s website, (www.coloradosledhockey.org): “Sled hockey is played like traditional hockey on a standard rink. Players sit in specially designed ...
HACS MISSION: “Reach out to any person in need, and give them assistance, along with the tools necessary to regain hope and independence with vitality.” Can you believe that Houston Area Community Services (HACS) has served the Greater Houston Area for over twenty-five years! This amazing non-profit keeps their doors open all year, to ensure that Houston is great place to live. By making sure ...
The old proverb states, “You give a man a fish and feed them for a day, but teach a man to fish, and feed them for a lifetime. ”It is then fair to say that Eastside Community Connection, or ECC, (www.austinecc.org) teaches many “to fish”! The ECC enlists the help of college students, to design and educate their adult clients. The clients are taught ...