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Clothing & Textiles

Clothing and textiles are accepted at the District Transfer Station for special recycling and at some second-hand stores —not in your blue bin! Clothing and textiles must be CLEAN, DRY, ODORLESS, and placed in a plastic, sealable/tieable bag before drop off. Clothes can be ripped, stained, dyed, or have broken zippers/missing buttons, however, badly soiled, damp, or moldy textiles MUST be thrown away with regular trash. 

Accepted List

These textile items are accepted at the District Transfer Station if they are CLEAN, DRY, and ODORLESS:

    • Tops (t-shirt, blouses, shirts, tank tops)
    • Sweaters
    • Sweatshirts
    • Dresses
    • Outerwear (coats, jackets, blazers)
    • Bottoms (pants, slacks, jeans, sweatpants, skirts, shorts)
    • Suits
    • Pajamas
    • Baby/Children's clothing
    • Shoes
    • Heels
    • Flats
    • Sandals
    • Flip Flops
    • Boots (all varieties)
    • Sneakers
    • Cleats
    • Slippers
    • Hats
    • Bags (pocketbooks, backpacks, duffle bags, totes)
    • Belts
    • Gloves
    • Ties
    • Scarves
    • Jewelry

If your items are in good condition, it is strongly recommended that you take them to your local second-hand stores. See below for a list of second-hand stores in Addison County where you can purchase and/or take used items. Towels, blankets, and fleece can also be donated to your local animal shelters. Please call ahead to make sure they accept donations.

  • Junebug
    • 211 Maple Street, Middlebury
    • Accepts maternity and children’s clothing & shoes. No blankets. No rips or stains. 
    • Call (802) 388-1055 for details. 
    • Website:
  • Neat Repeats
    • 1428 Route 7 South, Middlebury
    • Accepts seasonal clothing and smaller household goods. Adult clothing only (no children's clothes).
    • Clothing must be in GOOD condition and saleable as-is. Call (802) 388-4488 for details and additional donation guidelines.
    • Facebook page:



  • Must be clean, dry, and in bags
  • No Charge


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