FIVE MUNICIPALITIES IN THE Copenhagen area are handing over the civic collection of used clothing to the Danish division of Humana People-to-People, UFF, writes Frede Jakobsen.
The decision marks another big step forward in Denmark for the Tvind Teachers Group’s worldwide organisation Humana People-to-People. In Denmark, the Humana organisation is known as UFF (Ulandshælp fra Folk til Folk), which means ‘Development Aid from People to People’.
The city of Copenhagen and four other municipalities in the metropolitan area (Dragør, Frederiksberg, Hvidovre and Tårnby) have announced that from April they will allow UFF bins (pictured left) into their recycling centres to collect used clothes.
The publicly-owned company that manages the recycling for the five municipalities, ARC (Amager Resource Center), has chosen the Tvind-organisation UFF to take care of the collection of used clothes from April 1st. Read more