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Carter’s Wants to Keep Used-Up Kids’ Clothes Out of Landfills

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Carter’s is the latest industry name to promote textile recycling. The baby and children’s apparel retailer has launched its own recycling program, Kidcycle, in partnership with international recycling company TerraCycle. The program brings a practical benefit to a common problem—as babies and young children outgrow their clothing, many of the garments simply get thrown out…

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