George at ASDA has launched a clothes recycling scheme that will give customers rewards for bringing back their unwanted clothes. In partnership with Yellow Octopus Group which helps businesses become more sustainable. ASDA Northern Ireland has a scheme where customers receive a 10% off voucher which they can use online at George. Customers just have to locate a participating store then they can get a label or QR code so they can drop off their old and unwanted items.
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John Lewis is going to be trialling a new app-based service where it will buy back old unwanted clothes. The trial is being tested by 100 John Lewis customers, it doesn't matter whether the clothes have been bought from a John Lewis store on their online shop, as soon as the total reaches £50 a courier will collect within 3 hours and then e-mailed a gift card.
A new app has been launched to encourage people to recycle their unwanted clothes with the incentive to buy more clothes....Around £140 million of unwanted clothing ends up in landfill in the UK with more than 60% of homes having unwanted clothes in their house.
Inmates at HMP Northumberland are set to take part in a scheme to turn old Virgin Trains uniforms into textiles, with the aim to reduce offending rates by preparing prisoners for life after prison and to support a local homeless charity by donating the then upcycled clothing.
Everyone has clothes congregating at the back of their wardrobe due to them being out of style or the wrong size, so when you have a clearout what do you do with your clothes. Hopefully not dispose of them in your bin but recycle them in various different ways