Cotton Blue Jeans Go Green

Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™
Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ - Denim Recycling

Zappos for Good is collaborating with Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ program to collect cotton denim jeans and meal delivery insulation liners, which can be recycled to create something new.

Authentic denim is made mostly from cotton, a sustainable fiber. Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ program transfors old denim into new products such as pet bed inserts, industrial mattresses, and more. To learn more about Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ program, please visit their website:

Recycle Denim Composed of at least 90% Cotton and Denim Meal Delivery Insulation Liners

Ship your denim and meal delivery insulation liners free of charge! Print as many unique prepaid labels as you have boxes and make recycling a little bit easier

(Continental U.S. shipping only.))

Step 1 - Prepare + Pack Items

Remove all paper and plastic bags attached to your denim and all plastic wrapped around your meal delivery insulation liners. Pack items in any shipping box you have (even your meal delivery box!). Denim and liners can be packed together in a single box.

Step 2 - Print Prepaid Label (and Meal Delivery Form, if Applicable)

Click below to print your free shipping label for each box. Multiple boxes are accepted. Please limit each box to no more than 50 lbs. Labels will auto-set to 2 lbs and will be updated once weighed by UPS.

Step 3 - Drop Off Package

Place the meal delivery form (if applicable) inside the box, attach the shipping label and drop it off at any UPS location!

What Can I Recyle?

Denim in any condition (as well as meal delivery insuation liners) can be recycled—as long as it is at least 90% cotton with all paper and plastic removed.







*By clicking this link, you will be redirected to the Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ program website, which is not owned or operated by Zappos and has its own separate terms and privacy policies.