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Zero-landfill solutions for your excess textiles. Turn your organization's excess or retired textiles into one-of-a-kind products that tell a story, perfect for resale, corporate gifting, and more. Don't have materials? We can help you access upcycled goods made from our library, too.

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Looptworks Our Origin Story

THE LOOPTWORKS STORY

Looptworks started in 2009 when Scott Hamlin decided to create a solution for the massive amounts of textile waste he saw, first-hand, in the apparel industry. Today, we provide zero waste solutions for brands across many industries and offer 100% upcycled goods made from the "waste" we cross paths with.

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LOOPT4LIFE WARRANTY

LOOPT4LIFE WARRANTY

Our lifetime warranty covers any defects or manufacturing failures and everything we make is guaranteed for life.

We'll repair it or if need be, replace it. 

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Behind The Seams

Going Eco 101: How to Bring an Ecocentric Mindset Back to School

Going Eco 101: How to Bring an Ecocentric Mindset Back to School

Fighting climate change may feel like a daunting task. Luckily, there is no action too small to start becoming an eco-champion on campus. Below we’ve rounded up a few common sustainability terms, 5 easy ways to be greener at school and on campus, and a few handy resources for when you want to dive in and learn more. 

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Closing the Loop on Textile Waste

Closing the Loop on Textile Waste

Open loop, closed loop, natural loop, mechanical loop. Are we talking about roller coasters or advanced knot tying? Unfortunately for the thrill seekers and sailors in the audience, it’s neither. If you’re a fellow recycling buff, you’ve come to the right place.

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Closing the Plastic Loop: How rethinking plastic upcycling can save our oceans

Closing the Plastic Loop: How rethinking plastic upcycling can save our oceans

Oh, plastic. The familiar, yet oh-so infamous material plaguing our beautiful oceans. From straws and water bottles to food and take out packaging, it’s absolutely everywhere. Local governments and businesses are beginning to curb excessive single-use plastics now that studies are focusing on its significantly negative impact on ocean health.

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