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Where to recycle your used Timberland boots & Apparel
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Where to recycle your used Timberland boots & Apparel

The Timberloop™ take-back program launched with a customer incentive to recycle branded products.

Apparel brand Timberland is taking part in the circular economy.

Customers can return Timberland footwear, clothing, or accessories as a part of their new Timberloop™ take-back program. Collected products will be disassembled, reused, refurbished or recycled/upcycled into new products.

Program participants can either drop off worn goods at a local store or choose a prepaid ship-from-home option, and receive a 10% discount toward their next products.

timberland's recycling program

Timberland also announced goals to incorporate 100% of its products in full circularity and sourcing 100% of its natural materials through regenerative agriculture by 2030.  One of its Spring 2022 products, the Timberloop™ Trekker will be designed for circularity by creating a shoe where outsoles can easily be removed at the ReCircled facility and each part put into its own unique recycling stream.

Timberland Loop


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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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