How Much Denim Do We Have?

Thanks to everyone who sent in jeans for the denim drive. We are not accepting any more donations. Come back to find out how you can guess the total number of denim collected and learn where and when the denim will go on display!

What Are We Going to Do With All This Denim?

All the denim will be donated to COTTON. FROM BLUE TO GREEN.®. This denim drive recycles jeans into UltraTouch™ Natural Cotton Fiber Insulation, which is used to help build houses in places that have been damaged by hurricanes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters. Your jeans will help set a record, keep clothes out of landfills, and build houses for families to live in!

It’s a Fact

It takes about 500 pairs of jeans to recycle enough denim to insulate one average-size U.S. house. So send us lots! Find out how much denim has been collected so far.

Jeans deadline was June 30, 2009!

 

The COTTON. FROM BLUE TO GREEN.® denim drive is a call-to-action to donate denim and give it "new life" by converting it into UltraTouch™ Natural Cotton Fiber Insulation. Click here for more information about the denim drive.

UltraTouch™ is composed of 85% recycled fibers and is an environmentally safe, non-itch natural cotton fiber insulation. For more information about UltraTouch™, click here.