Recycle Your Nomex® PPE With Zero Waste Box™ System


Aligned with our 2030 Sustainability Goals, DuPont is excited to support industry-wide trends and regulatory initiatives towards recyclable garments, their durability and achieving a more circular economy.

End-use customers of DuPont can now recycle their personal protective equipment (PPE) made with DuPont Nomex® fibers by purchasing a Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box: a comprehensive recycling solution developed by the global recycling company- TerraCycle®, which is known for recycling the “hard-to-recycle materials.”

As a leading manufacturer for personal protective equipment, DuPont is excited to let its customers in the United Kingdom, France, Netherlands and Germany know that they can reach out to TerraCycle® to facilitate improved sustainability across the industry through their Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box program.


Almost everything is technically recyclable, and using the Terracycle Zero Waste Box™ can help lead the way to make it happen. It is a fully turnkey solution that can be purchased by anyone to recycle hundreds of items.


TerraCycle® has a specific Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box targeted for recycling fabric and garments. This is the best solution for fabric and garment PPE that cannot be any more used by an industrial worker and its disposal is needed. Find details:

Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box™


The price of each Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box includes the cost of shipping to and from your facility as well as the storage and recycling of its contents. This price depends on the scale of box selected. Find more details in


Q1. What is the relationship between DuPont and TerraCycle®?

DuPont does not have any contractual relationship or partnership with TerraCycle®. DuPont is simply providing information about TerraCycle® and its recycling solutions for informational purposes, and on a referral basis only.

Q2. How does the order process work?

All orders and enquiries are run directly through TerraCycle®. Please visit the Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box™ website for further information

Q3. What types of fabrics and garments can be recycled?

A range of fabric materials and garments including synthetic, natural and mixed fibers can be recycled. Please visit the Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box™ website for further information

Q4. What are the terms and conditions?

Please visit the Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box™ website for full details


This information is based on information that DuPont believes to be reliable. It is subject to change as additional knowledge and experience are gained. It is not intended as a substitute for any testing you may conduct to determine for yourself the suitability of our products for your particular purpose. Since conditions for use are outside the DuPont’s control, DuPont make no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no liability in connection with the use of this information. This information is not intended as a license to operate under or a recommendation to infringe any trademark, patent or technical information of DuPont or other persons covering any material or its use.

© 2023 DuPont. All rights reserved. DuPont™, the DuPont Oval Logo, and all trademarks and service marks denoted with ™, ℠ or ® are owned by affiliates of DuPont de Nemours, Inc. unless otherwise noted. Fabrics and Clothing Zero Waste Box™ and TerraCycle® are trademarks or registered trademarks of TERRACYCLE, INC.