Here at Aztec Diamond Equestrian we are very concerned about climate change and the effects that day to day living can have on the environment. We want to make sure as a brand, that we are as conscious as we possibly can be towards our impact on the planet.
We heavily believe as a brand everyone should be doing their part to look after the planet, however big or small the changes may be. Therefore, as part of our sustainability approach for 2020, we have teamed up with reGAIN to try to minimise the waste of unwanted clothing and resources.
reGAIN allows consumers to turn their unwanted clothes into discount codes, and their company came to be from the belief that recycling should be rewarded. By taking this approach and using the reGAIN app together we can do our bit to prevent an unnecessary amount of discarded clothing going to landfills around the UK.
How does it work?
STEP ONE Simply download the reGAIN app.
STEP TWO Pack up any of your unwanted clothes, shoes or accessories. (They don’t have to be all AD products).
STEP THREE Select a drop off point most suitable for you and collect your free shipping label. From here your parcel will be shipped and all clothing will be recycled.
STEP FOUR You will then receive exclusive access to discount codes online and can shop with Aztec Diamond for less!
Recycling clothing is a much better option than simply throwing it away, as currently less than 1% of material used to produce clothing is recycled into new clothing at the end of its life. Fashion certainly shouldn’t cost the Earth, and recycling is the perfect solution in ensuring textiles can get more than one life instead of being sent straight to landfill. This is just one of the many ways Aztec Diamond are trying to do our bit for the environment. We have many more exciting announcements regarding sustainability coming for 2020 so be sure to keep an eye out.
Great to see that you’re taking steps to help the planet! Firstly with the biodegradable packaging now this collab with reGAIN. Fantastic influence for both costumers and other companies
What quality state do the clothes have to be in and is it based on how many clothes you recycle? Xxx