Who doesn’t have unwanted clothing hanging in wardrobes or taking up space in draws?
Cleaning out the wardrobe can not only be therapeutic, it can also help make a difference to someone less fortunate.
AlburyCity works with not-for-profit organisation, Kalianna, in the collection and re-distribution of unwanted clothing and small household goods.
Three bright orange bins are available at the Albury Recycling Centre for you to deposit clothing, shoes, handbags, pots and pans, small toys, books, magazines and manchester.
Kalianna is a local not for profit organisation that supports people with a disability and the frail aged through community transport, day programs for eligible people with a disability and also through supported employment.
Recycling with Kalianna directly supports people with a disability and also has a positive lasting impact on the environment.
AlburyCity residents, businesses or commercial enterprises are not charged a fee at the community recycling centre for disposing of clothing.
It is a condition of free acceptance that recyclable materials be separated and placed in the supplied recycling areas. Sorting your load to separate general rubbish and recyclables is recommended.