Awning Cleaning Industries Takes a Leadership Role In Going Greener!
Join the “Rags for Reasons” Club
Part of our mission has always been to keep outdoor fabrics looking great and extending the time before old covers end up in landfills. Awning Cleaning Industries is now proud to introduce our “Rags for Reasons” recycling program. Now you can further extend the life of those remnants and used canvas materials by recycling them — and it’s all at NO COST TO YOU! Join our “Rags for Reasons” program and feel good about what you are doing for your fellow man.
Our Recycling Service Is Convenient and FREE
Businesses that want to participate in our “Rags for Reason” recycling program need only to deliver their fabric to our facility in New Haven, Connecticut. We do the rest! We’ll stitch them into useful goods, cleaning used material as necessary. We then deliver these goods to charities where they are immediately put to good use. In so doing, we are spreading the good will of the canvas products industry!
New and Used Fabrics Welcome
Awning Cleaning Industries welcomes donations of both never-used and weather-exposed outdoor fabrics in all sizes. For example, fabric manufacturers can contribute production samples and remnants, while awning, sail, and tent fabricators can send scraps left over after filling customers’ orders. Smaller pieces, such as cutouts from marine or vehicle covers are also welcome. And it’s important to note that fabrics need not be new, because the effectiveness of our cleaning process renders even well-weathered materials suitable for many uses.
Contributions from the Following Donors Are Much Appreciated!
The Canvas Lady
Carriage House Canvas
Capital City Awning
Eclipse Awning Systems
Fair County Awning Co.
Niantic Awning Co.
- Adding new Green products to our existing APCO product line
- Using APCO Green products in all our cleaning
- Recycling all our wastewater
- Recycling our pails
- Offering online billing to reduce paperwork
Since 1983, we have been in the business of Going Greener by cleaning and maintaining outdoor fabrics. With a little upkeep, fabric items can be useful and enjoyed for many years, extending the life of your investment.