If you're trying to be as green and environmentally-friendly as you can (you glug green juice, have potted plants on your desk, use public transport, actually know how to separate your trash), H&M Malaysia's World Recycle Week should have your green heart racing.
From April 18 to 24, H&M (working with infamous British rapper M.I.A. and other influencers) kick starts its first World Recycle Week campaign in collaboration with ride-hailing app Grab. So instead of you lugging bags of your unwanted clothes to the nearest H&M store, Grab will do the deed for you. All you have to do is download the Grab app and book a pick-up from any location in the Klang Valley from 11am to 3pm daily. To book, just tap on the H&M icon in the app and select your location. Upon collection of your unwanted clothes, you'll be rewarded with two H&M vouchers entitling you to 15 percent off at the store. The best part? The 'ride' is free.
All textiles and garments are welcome here: odd socks, torn shirts, old towels, that dress forever ruined by that stubborn stain, and whatever else you don't wear anymore. So yes, you get to conveniently recycle your unwanted clothes (and make space in your closet for new stuff), earn green points and be rewarded for it. Win-win.