From green schemes at retailers from Lush to H&M, alongside our centre-led initiatives, it’s never been easier to do your bit to help the planet.

Derbion Donation Station

Located outside Sainsbury’s on Level 1, the Donation Station seeks varying donations throughout the year and works with selected charities to rehome all items donated.

The Donation Station will collect toiletries and cleaning products from April – June, school uniforms from July and August, winter coats, hats and gloves from September and October and toys and children’s gifts for Christmas throughout November and December.


At Lush, the Bring It Back recycling scheme invites customers to return any of their Lush plastic packaging back to the store for recycling.

As a reward, customers can get a free fresh face mask when they return 5 full-sized qualifying items. Additionally, shoppers can claim 50p towards their Lush shopping per qualifying item returned, which is taken off the total bill at the till-point on the same day, and return their 10ml sample pots for an additional 5p off their shopping per item.


The Body Shop

Customers can refill many of their favourite shower and hair products at The Body Shop’s Derbion store, which helps to reduce the amount of single use plastics being produced.


Superdry has partnered with Oxfam on its nationwide Clothes Give Back Box. Customers can donate their clothes at Superdry and receive £5 off their next shop! Superdry Derbion has been twinned with the local Oxfam shop, which will collect all items donated to be resold, reused or recycled to support the complete lifecycle of the garment and its revival for resale.


River Island

As part of River Island’s partnership with Reskinned, visitors can bring in their clothes and River Island will find them a new home: re-selling, repurposing or recycling them. Plus, River Island will also provide donators with a £5 voucher towards their next River Island purchase.



Don’t want it? Recycle. H&M’s Garment Collecting programme allows customers to take any unwanted clothes to the store and receive a £5 voucher to take off their next shop. All donated clothes will then be sorted into re-wear (sold as second hand), reuse (turned into other products) or recycle, so they can continue to live.



Rituals offers a wide range of long-lasting eco-chic refill products which significantly save on materials. For every refill sold, Rituals plants, protects or restores a tree.

Since 2011, Rituals has been a supporter of Tiny Miracles, a pioneering foundation and for-purpose company (B Corp™certified). Tiny Miracles has found a way to enable excluded communities to seize new opportunities and take the future into their own hands.

The Perfume Shop

Customers can bring their empty perfume and aftershave bottles to The Perfume Shop and, in return, The Perfume Shop will plant a tree and provide shoppers with an exclusive 15% off any purchase made on the day.

Additionally, why not make a simple swap in-store and opt for a refill instead of buying a new bottle (currently available on selected fragrances by Mugler).


British Heart Foundation

Shoppers can donate their old clothes, shoes, jewellery and beyond to British Heart Foundation to give them a new lease of life – helping to extend the lives of clothes and promote circular fashion


Head to Sainsbury’s to recycle flexible plastics that are not collected by the council, including dry food flexible plastic, pouches/ sachets and non-food flexible plastics. Find out more here:

Plus, you can recycle water filters, which cannot be recycled as part of your recycling collection nor at Recycling Centres, at Sainsbury’s.


In partnership with Maybelline and TerraCycle, customers can recycle beauty empties from ANY brand, free of charge by simply cleaning them out and dropping them in a collection box in-store.

Additionally, Superdrug has teamed up with brands Benadryl, Buscopan, Calpol, Nurofen, Imodium, Nicorette, Optrex, BuscoMint, Dulcolax, Sudafed and Allevia on collection boxes in every Superdrug Pharmacy, so customers can recycle their empty medicine blister packets.


Discover the Recycle at Boots scheme where you can bring your empty beauty, health, wellness and dental products, from any brand, that can’t be recycled at home.

Plus, receive 500 Advantage Card points when you bring 5 empty products to an in-store recycling bin & spend £10 or more.