Save Sunbrella, FIRESIST®, Dickson® Collection, Exceed™, and Hydrofend® fabrics* from entering landfills.
For more than 25 years, Sunbrella has recycled manufacturing waste and delivered it to partners who convert the materials into industrial products such as felt, automotive insulation, and filtration.
In 2010, Sunbrella started the Recycle My Sunbrella program that allows domestic consumers to participate in our recycling process. This is a special take-back program that provides an alternative to disposal for fabric scraps, awning covers, boat covers, and upholstery fabric. Since the inception of the program, Recycle my Sunbrella has collected nearly one million pounds of fabric that otherwise would have ended up in a landfill.
Glen Raven, the parent company of Sunbrella and Trivantage, has set a goal to help its customers recycle an additional one million pounds of products by 2025.
We accept old, remnant, or used Sunbrella, FIRESIST, Dickson Collection, Exceed, and Hydrofend fabrics. (*with the exception of Sunbrella Horizon® and Sunbrella SeaMark®)
Send your used Sunbrella fabric to Recycle My Sunbrella or drop off your fabric at a Trivantage branch near you.
At Trivantage, we look forward to working with our customers on sustainability efforts that address our collective environmental responsibilities. For more information on the fabric recycling programs & other work to reduce waste, check out Trivantage's Sustainability Efforts & Achievements, Sunbrella's Commitment to the Environment, and Glen Raven's dedication to Sustaining a Pattern of Good.