More than 2 billion pairs of tights are produced, used and discarded every year. They are made using petroleum, chemicals, water and energy and when thrown away they dissolve into microplastics, polluting our groundwater and oceans. No sustainable solution for recycling and tights currently exist and it is not possible to make new tights from old tights, yet!
The Dear Denier Recycling Initiative is the first big scale initiative worldwide to address this massive problem.
Send 3 or more pairs of worn-out nylon socks or nylon tights to our recycling warehouse and let us recycle them for you.
When you send them directly to us we will offer you a 10% discount on your next online purchase. Just include your name and e-mail in the parcel along with your old tights.
Ship your old tights to:
Peter Bangs Vej 53, st. 4
Remember to include your name and e-mail.
We have teamed up with Danish scientists to figure out the best and most sustainable way to recycle tights to prevent them from ending up in landfills. The ultimate goal is of course to be able to make new tights from used tights. Until we have found the solution, we will use the discarded tights for recycling experiments and for making other types of sustainable products. All profits from the recycling initiative will be used to fund projects which aim to eliminate plastic from our planet.
To make it even easier for you to be part of the solution we are teaming up with retailers around the world and making our recycling bins and logistics available free of charge for them. This gives you two opportunities to make sure that your old socks and tights end up being recycled, and not in landfills polluting our planet.
You can drop them off at one of the retailers participating in The Dear Denier Recycling Initiative or you can send them directly to us.
When dropping off your old socks and tights at one of our recycling partners they will make sure that we receive the discarded tights.
The list of participating recycling partners is growing every day making it easy for you to find a drop-off point close to you.see the list of participating retailers