JetBlue Goes Green Recycling 18.5 Tonnes of Used Uniforms

JetBlue Goes Green Recycling 18.5 Tonnes of Used Uniforms

Airline JetBlue has partnered with sustainable fashion company, Loomstate, non-profit Planet Aid and other companies, in a bid to accomplish zero waste, while introducing slick new uniforms.

Jetblue UniformMore than 18.5 tonnes of Jet Blue’s uniforms, clothing and fabric has been donated to several non-profit organisations, including Planet Aid that recycles and collects used clothing, sells them, and donates the profits to health, agricultural, environmental and educational programs in Africa Asia, the Caribbean and latin America.

JetBlue introduced new uniforms this Summer, having not changed its design since  its 14 year history. Instead of disposing of the old uniforms in landfill sites, they were collected throughout 60 cities, where the  materials were donated to charitable organisations and people in need.

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