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EDINBURGH – Lost Stock, the UK-based initiative which was launched in May to support garment workers impacted by Covid-19 in Bangladesh and other underdeveloped countries, has announced new national charity and clothes swap partnerships in a bid to encourage its customers to make sustainable choices and reduce waste.  

The company is asking its customers to consider donating, swapping or recycling any unwanted items they receive in their ‘Lost Stock boxes’ and have teamed up with the British Heart Foundation for donations, swapping platforms The Nu Wardrobe and Swoppped, and upcycling service Steel and Stitch.

“We’re thrilled to have partnered with Lost Stock and help provide their customers with a sustainable solution when it comes to finding a new home for any unwanted quality items. Not only will this prevent these items from going to landfill, it will help provide much needed stock for our 560 clothing and accessory shops across the UK,” said Karen O’Donoghue, head of retail partnerships at British Heart Foundation (BHF). 

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