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Is there anyplace in Albuquerque that recycles old clothing, towels, etc? By that I mean fabrics that are no good for resale/reuse but could be recycled for some other use.
As a point of interest, my mother up until about the mid-1960s in Wisconsin would tear old sheets and other used-up fabrics into strips, roll them into balls and when she had enough, take them to an old lady who had a loom on her porch and who would weave them into rag rugs that we used on our floors at home. Now that's recycling on the home front!