Nisa has rolled out a series of clothing banks across its stores through its Making a Difference Locally (MADL) charity, following a successful trial earlier this year.
The station will be available at Nisa locations for customers to donate old clothes, which will be used to raise money for a local good cause of the outlet’s choice.
According to the convenience retailer, stores will be able to request a clothing bank free of charge, with all installation, servicing and maintenance being handled by Nathan’s Waste Savers, free of charge.
The company also said that any clothing not sold will either be reused or recycled to ensure no waste.
Nisa partner Dike & Son in Stalbridge was one of the first stores to trial a MADL clothing bank.
“As a company that’s been around for over 170 years, we are all about community and sustainability,” Dike & Son company director Adam Vincent said.
“So, the fact that local good causes can be supported through people helping the environment by recycling their old clothes is just win-win.
“It’s just fab to see old clothes being turned into money to give to local groups and ultimately not just going to landfill.”