Who We Are And How we help

who we are

Who we are.

Zero Panik offers on-site zero-waste textile consulting services for hospitals, hotels, businesses, governments, and property managers in California. While our focus is on helping companies reduce textile waste, we are more than pleased to do a complete evaluation of all your trash and report back areas of concern around proper sorting and disposal practices. Zero Panik will help you not only identify areas of improvement but will also help you establish working KPIs (Key Performance Indicators).

How We Help

We aim to bridge the gap between consumers, brands, and repair professionals.

We partner with hospitals, hotels, apartment building owners, local secondhand retailers, take-back programs, and repair specialists to ensure your contributions never see the landfill.

Collection

Collecting clothing garments and household textile is our focus.

Sorting

We sort it all out and then ship it off to our partners.

Distribution

We distribute your contributions to our partners.

unwanted clothing and textiles

Recycle Old Unwanted Clothing and textiles

We are an organization, committed to working toward a green world by helping each other to recycle more. Together we can build a better future for all our children.

What about damaged items that cannot be repaired, upcycled, or renewed by your partners? What will happen to those items?

100% cotton and 100% polyester items will be marketed to textile processors who have the capability to break down the material and turn it into the new recycled fabric.

Items that cannot be resold at this time will be collected and stored until we can partner with one of the newer textile processing firms that have the technology to break down fibers and create new recycled fabric.

Our Beliefs

We believe in a world where every product is made from sustainable and recycled materials. Our mission is to invest in economic solutions to divert textiles from landfills and empower the next generation to do better. We do that, by creating educational programs and providing necessary resources in all communities. We believe smart technology, and innovative disruptive systems will improve the way we live, work, and play.

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