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Huntingdonshire District Council

... the number of clothing banks in the area providing residents with more places to recycle their unwanted clothing and textiles. We currently provide over twenty clothing banks placed on private sites within ...

Harlow Council

... response time to react to reports of full or damaged clothing banks, whilst actively looking for additional suitable sites within Harlow which would improve our service to the council. Harlow Council are ...

Councils and business

... and what we do. As a result we have formed a strong working relationship with many of them which has led to us being allowed to place our clothing banks on agreed existing council recycling areas. Our ...

Request a Clothing Bank

Since we began in 1998 Planet Aid UK has specialised in community recycling by placing clothing banks at the heart of the community either at the local pub, corner shop or post office. In this way even ...

Volunteer in Africa

... to find new hosts for Planet Aid UK’s community banks, or in the workshop where they have been part of the team refurbishing or manufacturing our clothing banks. The difference between the rich and the ...

Donate your clothes

You can find our clothes banks at supermarket car parks where the public are used to recycling their bottles, paper and clothes, but unlike many other clothes collectors Planet Aid UK also installs clothing ...

Clothing Bank Manufacture

...  solely for use by Planet Aid UK and is not available for sale.  We employ 2/3 experienced workmen in the workshop who are responsible for the manufacture and refurbishment of approximately 500 clothin ...

Sorting and sale of clothes

... most out of every item. Since October 2014 Planet Aid UK has agreed to service the registered charity DAPP UK’s clothing banks, and to sort their clothes. The clothes donated to the DAPP UK banks are ...

Clothes collection

... efforts are mini community banks, smaller containers that require less space and thus can be placed on alternative locations other than the traditional areas close to supermarkets. All clothing banks ...

Environment

... clothes replace new ones was also investigated. One HUMANA clothing bank saves more than 10,000kg of CO2 per year. One tree absorbs 20 kg of CO2 in a year. One HUMANA clothing bank provides the same environmental ...

DAPP UK

In October 2014 an agreement was made with DAPP UK in which a payment is made to Planet Aid UK for the service of collecting and sorting the clothes from the charity’s own clothing banks on their ...