Sustainability / April 2019

Where to Recycle Your Jeans

Denim is a strong, sturdy fabric that’s built to stand the test of wear and tear. It also provides a major benefit that can help close the fashion loop: it’s recyclable. To help keep clothing in our daily use and out of landfills, we’re partnering with Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green program, an initiative focused on recycling denim.

Starting now, Levi’s® stores (and Outlets) will have a recycling box where you can drop off any denim from any brand and give your jeans a new life.

Recycled jeans can take on many new functions, but your denim will be used specifically as materials for building insulation, a portion of which will go towards community-oriented projects,  such as libraries, hospitals and schools.

Head to your local Levi’s® store or Outlet to save 20% off a single item when you bring denim in for recycling.

Learn more about Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green program. Blue Jeans Go Green is a trademark of Cotton Incorporated.


20% off single item when you recycle denim in store.


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