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.
Welcome to our weekly advice column where we look at all things recycling and give you the answers you’re desperately seeking. This week we help a reader wanting to revamp their home...
Welcome to our weekly advice column where we look at all things recycling and give you the answers you’re desperately seeking. This week we look into New Year upcycling...
Upcycling involves repurposing old or unwanted items and turning them into something more useful, in this case furniture. You can turn your old worn out furniture into shabby chic wonders, just some simple tips can breath a new lease of life into your items.
If you have ever been to a music festival you would have probably noticed the amount of litter and belongings left by festival goers with one of the most popular being the tent itself. WiTHiNTENT use fabric from broken and damaged tents and turning them into items of clothing.
The latest fashion trends may leave you feeling slightly run over. That is because they include clothing made from old rubber tyres. Yes, apparel made from rubber tyres is just one of items making their way from the rubbish tip, to the catwalk and to the high street. Clothing made from old rubber tyres look and feel like those made from more common materials.
Many say that the items are more comfortable than cotton-based coating. For cleaning, a dash of Armor All and you'll be simply dazzling!
Can it be sent to a recycling centre? Excellent. Can it be reused immediately? Even better!