Fri June 29, 2012
WEST CHICAGO, JUNE 29, 2012 - Becoming an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau is an honor not accorded to all businesses; because not all businesses meet eligibility standards. USAgain LLC is pleased to announce today that it has met all BBB standards and is now an Accredited Business with A+ rating.
"Accreditation in the BBB is by invitation only," says Steve J. Bernas, president & CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving Chicago and Northern Illinois. "And only those businesses that meet our high standards and pass the review process are approved by our Board of Directors."
As with all businesses that are Accredited by the BBB, USAgain LLC has committed to the BBB Code of Business Practices. The Code is a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and best practices on how businesses treat consumers. These standards call for building trust, embodying integrity, advertising honestly and being truthful. Bernas adds "To maintain their Accreditation a business must be transparent, honor their promises, be responsive to their customers, and safeguard their privacy."
"We are proud to be a BBB Accredited Business," said Mattias Wallander, CEO of USAgain. "In today's world it is imperative that our customers know how seriously we take our commitment to excellence and good customer service. Our achieving BBB Accreditation exemplifies that goal."
Since 1999, USAgain LLC has been offering consumers the best in textile recycling service. "Our desire is to stay focused on what we do best; provide a convenient recycling option and unsurpassed customer service," said Wallander.
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USAgain, a leader in the textile recycling industry, with corporate headquarters in Chicago, is a for-profit company that recycles and resells unwanted clothing and other textiles. In 2011 alone, the company collected 60 million pounds of discarded clothing. USAgain operates over 10,000 collection bins in seventeen states. Their mission is to provide consumers with a convenient and eco-friendly option to rid themselves of reusable clothing, which are then diverted from landfills. For more information, visit www.usagain.com.