Give a second chance to your pre-loved items.

We collect your used items directly from your home and give them a second chance through our network of sustainable partners.

Schedule your pick-up now via our app!

of all returned garments end up in the furnace.


Clothing is vastly underutilized, with 70% of textiles lost in the trash.


Only 35% of non-traditional waste is recycled.

How it works

Step 1   Start decluttering

Check our app to see which items we collect in your area and give a second chance to items you no longer need.

Step 2 Schedule your pickup

Schedule your pickup using our app. Click here for more information on how to prepare for the pickup.

Step 3 Experience the benefits 

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a clutter-free home, knowing you've also contributed to a more sustainable world. We'll take care of the rest!

A new way to give back to your community and the planet

Download the app on your phone and start measure your impact.

What to know

What items do you pickup?

We collect reusable textiles in all of our service areas. If there are additional options available for your neighbourhood (such as books, toys and electronics), they will be shown in the app.

The maximum size per box/bag is 30 x 30 x 30 cm (a standard moving box). The maximum weight per package is 10 kg.

We NEVER collect: vacuum cleaners, batteries, furniture, lamps & light bulbs, printers, paper waste and/or dirty textiles.

What will happen to my items?

If the items are still in good condition, they will be reused through our network of sustainable partners. These are, for example, local thrift stores and parties such as Boekenbalie.

If it turns out that the items can no longer be reused, we will ensure that they are properly recycled. The materials from which the items are made will then be reused as raw materials. This is how we protect the environment.

Where is the service available?

Our service is currently available in:

- Amsterdam
- Arnhem
- Capelle
- Delft
- Eindhoven
- Enschede
- Groningen
- Utrecht
- Rotterdam
- Schiedam
- The Hague