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LONDON - SATCol, the trading arm of The Salvation Army, has linked up with textile recycler Project Plan B to process damaged donated garments that would otherwise go to landfill.

Their joint venture, Project Re:claim, involves the installation of polyester textile-to-textile recycling machinery at SATCoL's textile processing centre in Kettering, Northamptonshire.

SATCoL, which claims to be the UK’s largest charity textile collector, already sorts and processes around 65,000 tonnes of donated textiles every year at the centre.

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