Patagonia is expanding its garment repair and recycling program, Worn Wear, by adding an online platform for the resale of the products. This means that old garments brought in by consumers to the program may be repaired and resold on Patagonia's website – while the consumers who delivered the old products get store credits. The U.S. outdoor company indicates on its Facebook page that Worn Wear will formally start in April, but the geographic scope of the program could not be established. A report by Co.exist, linked on the same Facebook page, says that Patagonia's repair facility in Reno is the largest garment repair center in North America, and that clothes may be cleansed there with a waterless technology that helps restore the fabric before repairs. Patagonia, which has built its brand partly on environmental values, describes the program as a way to help tackle environmental issues. The company has also worked with iFixit to spread videos teaching consumers how to fix zippers, buttons and other repairs, and two years ago it started using a mobile repair unit. This tour will start again in Europe from March to June, with two vans going through nine countries.