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& Other Stories is the latest high street retailer to encourage their customer to bring back clothes for recycling.

On our minds is & Other Stories which just announced a new in-store recycling initiative. Like their peers H&M, the lifestyle concept retailer will now be accepting clothes (from any brand, in any state and amount) in-store to be sent off for recycling with their external textiles recycling partner. The retailer, which has collected the containers of their beauty products for recycling ever since the beginning, hopes to encourage people to now also return their unwanted clothing by offering a 10% discount off a new purchase from the full range if they do. Read more here.

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