Textile recycling Boston: Planet Aid’s Milford, MA facility serves the New England region.

Planet Aid’s textile reuse facility in Milford, MA is located near Boston and serves the larger New England area including Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Southern Maine. Since 1997, we have collected and diverted more than 250 million pounds of used textiles  throughout New England. Milford hosts Planet Aid’s largest facility and it features a 24-hour drop-off donation center.




Planet Aid was founded in the Bay State in 1997. We partner with MassDEP as a sustainable, reuse/recycling solution for the state’s textile waste ban. Our warehouse also features a roof-top solar plant, which produces 684,800 kilowatt of electricity annually. We support the broader community through activities like toy and backpack donations to monetary donations to local YMCAs, shelters and soup kitchens. Our partnership fundraising also benefits PTOs, schools, municipalities and other local organizations.

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Find textile recycling bins in Boston and New England. Donate clothes to a good cause!

We partner with schools, businesses and local governments in the Boston and New England area to divert used textiles from landfills and raise funds to strengthen communities. Help us reduce textile waste and support your community by donating today.

No bins near you in Boston? Let us know where we should put our next bin.

Planet Aid is eager to partner with communities in Boston and New England to reduce textile dumping. Contact us if you would like to host a bin or request a bin in your area. Working together, we can keep more clothes out of landfills and raise more money to fund community development in the U.S. and around the globe.