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Unlimited Supplies from Everyone's Discards

We pick up the garbage; use it to create fun simple pieces that are designed to function, but built to last.

From reclaimed seat belts, air bags, coffee bags, and shade sail cut offs, our goal is to divert as much industrial waste from the land fill as we can.

Every product we buy as consumers has a byproduct.  We want our efforts and our creations to inspire thoughtfulness.

We have power in our purchases.

“Where does it come from?”

“Where does it go when you’re done with it?”

The truth is in your trash.

Recycled Seat Belts
Trevor Kehler, Recycled Seat Belts


Hi, my name is Trevor Kehler, and I am the founder of U.S.E.D.

U.S.E.D. grew from a need in me to be a part of something; a community, a project, and a lifestyle that I felt good about from the ground up. I wanted to believe in what I was doing from conception, through production, to the end product.

I looked at the mountains of our things, the garbage and waste in every aspect of our lives. The waste of time, life, and our resources. I came to a place in my life where I was fed up and outraged by the way we live and the devastating impact this has on our planet.

I felt I needed to create something positive from the waste to show people the possibilities that exist in our society’s discards, and to use these products as a vehicle to convey our message.


In 2009, 94% of Americans have access to plastic bottle recycling – Keep America Beautiful

Recycling 10 plastic bottles saves enough energy to power a laptop computer for over 24 hours. -Environmental Protection Agency

Enough plastic is produced in the US each year to shrink wrap Texas. – Benefits of Recycling

Recycling plastic saves twice as much energy than incinerating it. – Recycling Facts

About 28% of HDPE milk jugs and water bottles are recycled. – Environmental Protection Agency

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