In celebration of World Recycle Week, H&M Malaysia is partnering with Southeast Asia’s ride-hailing platform, Grab, to encourage you to donate all your unwanted clothes.

Upon collection of your unwanted garments, you’ll be rewarded with 2 H&M vouchers that entitles you to a 15% discount on 1 item. And guess what the best part is? You won’t even need to drop off your clothes at the store. Grab will do it for you, free of charge.

Provided that you’re in the Klang Valley, of course 🙂

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The World Recycle Week campaign kicked off today (18th April 2016), so Grab users can start booking a pick up for all the unwanted garments and textiles. To book, just click on the special H&M icon on the Grab app. Key in your pick up location and select H&M Lot 10 as your destination.

All garments and textiles are accepted: worn out socks, torn shirts, old towels, that dress that you can no longer fit into, and whatever else you can’t wear anymore. So for all you part-time hoarders, this is a super convenient way for you to get rid of your unwanted clothing and be rewarded for it. It’s a win-win, no?

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In case you’re wondering, no, you can’t hitch a ride with the garments when the Grab driver arrives to collect your bag of clothes.

The details to H&M’s World Recycle Week campaign are as follows:

  • Date: 18th – 24th April 2016
  • Time: 11am – 3pm daily
  • Reward: 2 H&M vouchers worth 15% off per bag of clothes

Grab’s term & conditions do apply.

Sources: Time Out, Juice Online, Elle.

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