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Wanted, Old Climbing Hardware old climbing hardware or equipment for a mountaineering school display on the development of climbing hardware. Nuts, crabs or whatever. The older and more interesting the better
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No1 ROG Blog Post I guess this would be a good time to tell the story of how Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG) came into being and the vision of the future.Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG) is a tool that I hope will help redress a situation that has being going on for a very long time. To much outdoor kit not being used.
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Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG)

The UK’s first free of charge online service dedicated to helping everyone find a solution to the endless amounts of gently used and unwanted outdoor clothing & equipment taking up space in cupboards, lofts and garages.

Most preloved gently used outdoor clothing and equipment has reuse or second life potential if only you could get the word out. Now you can!

Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG) Post an ad to sell or swap your used outdoor clothing and equipment it’s all free of charge. You may also like to consider donating your unwanted outdoor gear to a charity.

Having successfully emptied your cupboards, loft and garage of used and unwanted outdoor clothing & equipment you could post your own free wanted ad on Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG). If you are trying to find used outdoor clothing & equipment for a school, youth group etc. please ensure you make that clear when you post your ad and we’ll do what we can to help.

Recycle Outdoor Gear (ROG) wants to help increase awareness and understanding of the recycling initiatives offered by charities that give your preloved outdoor clothing and equipment a second life.

Don’t forget to read the ROG Blog or add your own story. Why you recycled your outdoor clothing & equipment, how you did it, who took it and what you reused or donated. ROG invites companies and charities working in the area of recycling and reuse of used outdoor clothing and equipment to tell their stories on the ROG Blog.