From my research I think that the most approved thing to do with old clothing is to donate it. There are organizations out there that will take the hemp clothing you own and sell it to a charity or donate it to a charity and then people can reuse your clothing. It is better to keep the clothes usable. If the clothing is beyond repair you could continue to reuse the clothing as rags instead of as clothes.
I’m in agreement with slessman. It seems the best thing to do with old clothing is:
I agree with what others have said. In fact, many environmental activists advocate reusing and reducing as much as you can before recycling because recycling requires extra transportation and energy use. Plus, there are many great places to donate clothing and lots of people who would appreciate your used stuff. The second link below has a list of charities and organizations that sell donated clothing and use the profits to support different kinds of movements, including animal shelters and environmental efforts. Of course, taking your clothes to Goodwill is always a good choice as well.
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