The Town of Sharon has curbside trash & recycling.
Textile Recycling Bins in Sharon
The Sharon Public Schools have partnered with Bay State Textiles to bring textile recycling to the schools.
The bins, located near each school building, will give Sharon residents a convenient option to redistribute/recycle unwanted clothes, linens and other textiles. In addition, the school’s recycling program will benefit from the revenue generated from the bins. Used textiles are a valuable commodity! Using these bins will reduce the trash that is thrown away.
Bay State Textiles accepts donations in any condition (ripped, torn, stained, and/or worn out) as long as they are clean and dry. 95% OF ALL TEXTILES CAN BE RECYCLED OR REUSED. Foam is NOT an acceptable item.
Questions? Contact Megan Sullivan, SPS Recycling Coordinator at email@example.com
- Buy Nothing Stoughton/Canton/Sharon: This is a local Facebook group that encourages giving items away for free, rather than adding them to landfill. Sort of like Freecycle.
- Freecycle: The Freecycle Network™ is made up of 5,293 groups with 9,091,205 members around the world. It’s a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns.