Who Are We
Tiedemann Globe, Inc. sorts and recycles used clothing and other used goods. Founded in 1998 by Tony Tiedemann, an industry veteran who has exported used clothing for 18 years, Tiedemann Globe will deliver virtually any product for its customers, including wholesale vintage
Our mission is to keep the world clean 1lb at a time. Tidemann Globe takes pride in recycling clothes, as well as delivering used clothing to third world countries, and around the world.
What We Do
Experts in logistics and customer service, Tiedemann Globe, Inc. has earned a reputation for having consistent production and a dependable team of employees. That commitment to excellence enables Tiedemann Globe to schedule shipments in a timely manner to customers all over the world.
Tiedemann Globe, has 18 years of experience sorting and selling vintage clothing and accessories. We ship throughout the United States and also take shopping appointments from buyers. Contact us to find out how you can start receiving amazing vintage items that will ensure your store is timeless!
We supply the best recycled clothing and accessories from over 20 years
A Phoenix, Arizona-based company, we’re a one-stop shopping experience for people who resell gently used vintage and name-brand items. We take great pride in selling quality merchandise at wholesale prices in large quantities. Our lots are recommended for anyone looking to buy bulk. Expect to receive a few items with small holes or stains. Please don’t look for specific sizes. Buying in bulk doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get inexpensive prices. Rather, you may find some “hidden treasures” among a large box of items just purchased. Our specialty pieces are recommended for collectors or people looking for that perfect jacket, concert T-shirt or denim clothing.
Why choose us?
Tiedemann Globe will deliver virtually any product for its customers, including vintage apparel (trendy, popular new and used clothing or garments 20 years or older), No. 1 (its highest quality, gently used clothing), export grade small bales (100 pounds), baled or boxed wiping rags, as well as surplus mixed rags. Tiedemann Globe also sells credential clothing Every day, the business takes in used clothing and other items for grading and recycling to foreign resale shops.
Tiedemann Globe is leading the charge to encourage the recycling of clothes and other textiles. We redistribute discarded clothes to places where there is a great need for these items, supporting the local and global economy in the process. By exporting textiles to emerging countries we generate revenue, create green jobs here in the U.S. and abroad, and help to improve the well-being of people in America and around the world. Extending the life of clothes and shoes reduces environmental degradation from the manufacturing of new clothing and makes for a healthier planet. Through our efforts, we hope to encourage people to consider sensible use of our planet’s land and resources.Together, we can work together to give clothes a second life and make the world a better and cleaner place.
Discarded clothing can pose a serious threat to the environment. Innocuous as it might seem when compared with plastic shopping bags or Styrofoam cups, clothing and textiles become garbage just like everything else when thrown away. Discarded clothing is clogging up landfills at an alarming rate.
According to the EPA Office of Solid Waste, Americans throw away more than 68 pounds of clothing and textiles per person per year. Unlike recycling plastics, glass and aluminum – which is taken for granted as a part of our daily life – there is an inherent lack of knowledge about the damage textile waste can do to the environment and of the options available for recycling it.
Most people don’t realize there are outlets for putting their used and unwanted clothes back into the consumer cycle. The best way to “recycle” clothing is to simply donate it to channels of reuse -including vintage stores, thrift shops, coat drives and more. Charities and businesses all over the world collect used clothing to be resold or donated.
• Take your used clothes to a textile recycler.
• Contact the recycling officer in your local community. If there are no clothing bins in your area and ask why; they may collect textiles through other means. Alternatively, you can take used clothing to local charity shops. Give old clothes/shoes/curtains/handbags etc. to thrift sales.
• Remember to tie shoes together: part of the small percentage of textiles which becomes waste for merchants are single shoes.
• Buy second-hand clothes – you can often pick up unusual period pieces. If bought from a charity store, it will also benefit the charity.
•Buy things you are likely to wear a long time – a dedicated follower of fashion can also be a green one if items are chosen carefully.
• Look for recycled content in the garments you buy. It should be on the label. Some companies do not always advertise the recycled content.
• Buy cloth wipers instead of disposable paper products as the product can be used repeatedly.
We have renewable energy solutions for your company. Renewable energy is energy which comes from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat, which are renewable. Our renewable energy projects are suited to small off-grid applications, sometimes in rural and remote areas.
Some renewable energy technologies are criticized for being intermittent or unsightly, yet the market is growing for many forms of renewable energy. Wind power is growing at the rate of 30 percent annually, with a worldwide installed capacity of over 100 GW, and is widely used in several European countries and the United States. The manufacturing output of the photovoltaics industry reached more than 2,000 MW in 2006, and photovoltaic (PV) power stations are particularly popular in Germany. Solar thermal power stations operate in the USA and Spain, and the largest of these is the 354 MW SEGS power plant in the Mojave Desert.The world’s largest geothermal power installation is The Geysers in California, with a rated capacity of 750 MW. Brazil has one of the largest renewable energy programs in the world, involving production of ethanol fuel from sugar cane, and ethanol now provides 18 percent of the country’s automotive fuel. Ethanol fuel is also widely available in the USA.