We hope to use our influence as a clothing retailer to help reduce the environmental impact of consumption. Through our collaboration with World Wide Fund For Nature Singapore (WWF-Singapore), we aim to raise consumer awareness in new ways people might dispose of their used garments, helping to repurpose used garments, reduce textile waste and contribute towards a circular economy. Partial proceeds from this initiative will be donated to WWF-Singapore’s Earth Hour Festival for Nature.
For more info, visit www.wwf.sg.
Give your used garment a new purpose! They have served you well and now they can move on to others. Kindness pays off. Be rewarded with a 5% off wt+ voucher as a thank you treat when you drop off your garment at any wt+ stores. Voucher T&Cs apply.
There are garment-collecting boxes at all standalone wt+ stores such as Dorothy Perkins, FOX Kids & Baby, G2000, Karen Millen, Topshop, Topman and Warehouse. Find your nearest store locations
You can drop them off during our usual store operating hours
We are collaborating with Greensquare to keep textile in closed recycling loop. The garment collected will be sorted into different types and categories. The 2 main categories are:
– Good quality recyclables are sold to second-hand textiles importers (e.g. thrift shops, 2nd-hand market) in the developing countries so as to enable the less fortunate population to be able to purchase clothes, shoes, etc at an affordable price.
– Garments that cannot be reuse will be recycled and sold as industrial cleaning cloth (e.g. for automobile, shipyard, etc) depending on the material of the textiles. The usage is for cleaning lubricants.
For more information, please visit www.greensquare.com.sg.
It’s for a great cause! So please be considerate & donate responsibly.
Only clean APPAREL will be accepted – Tees, blouses, shirts, dresses, pants, jeans, shorts.
Garment from any brands are welcome for drop off but with some conditions below:
Please pack garments in any bags and seal them to prevent any contamination.
Yes! No matter how much or little, every piece counts! But do be consideration of the condition of your donated garments.