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Change your unwanted clothes for a voucher of 20 bgn

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Triumph believes that smarter purchase choices are fundamental for us and our planet. Therefore they created the “TOGETHER WE RECYCLE” program in order to start supporting the transition towards a more circular textile industry and make it convenient and rewarding for consumers to give used clothing a new life.

As a thank you treat for helping them divert used clothing from the landfill, customers receive a voucher for the purchase of a new Triumph product.

Bring 3 pieces of your unwanted clothes and receive a voucher of 20 BGN with a minimum purchase of 99,9 BGN. Valid from 28.08.2019 – 01.10.2019 in selected stores.

Which items are accepted for being collected at Triumph collecting points? Clean and dry clothing of any brands are welcome!

You can bring:

  • T-shirts, tops, light cardigans and knitted sweaters
  • Trousers, jeans, skirts
  • Underwear (bras, briefs, and bodies)
  • Swimwear
  • Activewear (sport bras/tops, leggings, etc.)
  • Homewear (pyjamas etc.)

Please do not bring:

  • Coats and jackets
  • Heavy jumpers/pullovers
  • Shoes and bags
  • Heavy activewear (eg. ski trousers)
  • Bathrobes
  • Bedding, tablecloths, pillows, quilts, curtains

During the “Together We Recycle” promotion, the coupons can be redeemed for a single payment of 99.99 BGN. The customer can combine the vouchers but then the minimum purchase value is doubled. Voucher is valid with purchase of Triumph products. The voucher can also be used for discounted or full priced Triumph products, but in this case, the purchase amount reduced with the discount should attain the limit of 99.99 BGN. The voucher can be redeemed until 01.10.2019. The voucher is non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and is not redeemable for cash or gift card.

FAQs

How does the “Together We Recycle” program work?

Triumph collects unwanted bras from its customers, making it as easy as possible for them to dispose used clothes in a more sustainable manner. As a thank you treat for helping us divert used clothing from the landfill, customers receive a voucher for the purchase of a new Triumph bra.
Used garments are sent from our stores to our central warehouses from where TEXAID picks them up.

Where is Triumph offering “Together We Recycle” program?

Triumph is offering “Together We Recycle” program in nearly 4’000 participating point of sales across all channels in Europe between August and October 2019. For participating store list and further info please scroll up.

Which items are accepted for being collected at Triumph collecting points?

Clean and dry clothing (including underwear – bras, briefs, and bodies-, swimwear, homewear, active wear, knitted underwear) of any brands are welcome.(Please do not collect shoes, bedding, pillows, quilts, coats, etc.)

What happens to the used bras?

TEXAIDs aim is to recycle textiles and preserve resources as a result. TEXAID achieves a second-hand value between 50 and 65 per cent, well above the European industry average of around 45 to 50 per cent.
Around 30 per cent of the items collected are badly damaged textiles. Around half of these, i.e. 15 per cent, can be made into cleaning cloths that are used for cleaning and polishing.
Another 15 per cent are sent for textile recycling – they are shredded and mixed with other materials to be made into raw materials or transformed into insulating materials.
Only between 5 and 15 per cent of the items collected are textile waste or non-textile materials that cost money to dispose of or are sent for appropriate separate waste treatment.

Where are the used bras sold?

TEXAID sells used clothes and shoes in many of its own second-hand shops. It also exports sorted old clothes and shoes to Eastern and Western Europe and Africa. Unsorted textiles that have been separated from obvious waste are sent to sorting facilities in Italy, Belgium and Eastern Europe.

Do Triumph and TEXAID have any profit with collected garments?

Triumph does not have any profit with collected garments at the shops.Collected garments are handed over to TEXAID who deals with the further steps in the take-back system. Takings from the sale of used textiles help aid organizations to carry out their relief work.

Why is Triumph collaborating together with TEXAID in the “Together We Recycle” program?

TEXAID is one of Europe’s leading organizations for the ecological collection, sorting and recycling of used textiles. The company employs innovative processes, professional collection logistics and state-of-the-art sorting to always offer high-quality services and products. TEXAID combines economy and ecology to ensure that used textiles are kept in the value chain for as long as possible.

Does Triumph partner with any charity organization for donation of collected garments in the frame of “Together We Recycle” program?
Triumph itself does not partner with any charity organization directly. TEXAID, as a charity-private partnership, supports charity organizations financially when garments, collected at Triumph, have been sorted for reuse.

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