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An organic bed linen subscription and recycling service sounds like the ultimate hipster indulgence, but considering the massive amount of textiles that end..
An organic bed linen subscription and recycling service sounds like the ultimate hipster indulgence, but considering the massive amount of textiles that end up in landfills every year, it might actually have an impact. Coyuchi , which was one of the first companies to offer organic sheets when it was founded in 1991, launched Coyuchi For Life this week. Subscriptions start at $5 a month and let customers pick how often they want new sheets and towels delivered to them.
When subscribers want to get rid of their linens, Coyuchi takes them back and, depending on their condition, recycles them or—for fabrics that still have some life left in them—launders them in a process that uses carbon dioxide instead of dry cleaning solvents to sell secondhand.

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