More than 4 million Americans were surveyed and more than 10 million of those said they have used the program.
The survey of 6,500 consumers was conducted by The Retail Recycling Alliance, which was founded in 2009.
The nonprofit group estimates that more than $6 billion in recycled clothing is made each year.
The group has been working with retailers since 2005 and has a contract with retailers to provide free, recycled clothes.
It is not clear how much the program has cost retailers.
The American Recyclers Association said the group was providing $200,000 for the program last year, with another $300,000 coming this year.
The group also said it was not sure how much money had been spent on the program, but said that it was being spent to help retailers save money.
“We’re not talking about any money going to the U.S. government, and we’re not using any money to pay for our programs,” said Richard Kostar, president and CEO of the American Recycle and Equip Association.
“It’s being used for the retailers.”
The program has not had a direct impact on prices for consumers.
The association says the prices of items that were recycled or re-used had increased.
It said consumers could save $4 to $6 per item when buying items with a higher-than-average amount of recycled material.
The cost of those items has gone down, and there have been some improvements in the amount of time it takes for products to be recycled.
The American Reccycling Association has a $1 million prize that is awarded to the nation’s best recyclers each year, based on recycling success and environmental sustainability.
The organization says that is the largest prize in the country, and that it is awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.