Introducing the Sheridan Recycling Program
Over 500,000 tonnes of leather and textiles are sent to landfill each year.* We recognise the waste of the textile industry is a huge problem, and so we are proud to be Australia’s first homewares brand to offer a solution.
Through our Recycling Program, we invite you to return any branded old quilt covers, sheets and towels to Sheridan Boutique and Studio stores. In return we are offering 10% off the next purchase for those of you who donate to this cause**T&Cs apply.
HOW IT WORKS
Offering a closed loop process, the Recycling Program aims to reduce the amount of bed linen and towels going to landfill by turning it into products that will then be resold through Sheridan Boutique and Studio stores later in the year.
This is a very exciting time for Sheridan, where we can make an impact in protecting the environment and be leaders in our field. This is just the start of larger things for the brand in this space.
– Paul Gould, Group General Manager - Sheridan
The Recycling Program launches on 20th February and runs through to 20th March 2019, to understand the volume of materials that will be returned before a larger scale Recycling Program can be rolled out.
Extra 10% off when you donate to the Sheridan Recycling Program and spend $100 or more in one transaction.
Terms & Conditions**
Offer is available in Australia at Sheridan Boutique and Sheridan Studio stores only from Wednesday, 20th February 2019 to Wednesday, 20th March 2019. Offer is available to customers who return any brand of sheets, quilt covers or towels to the Sheridan recycling program. Customers must spend $100 or more in one transaction to receive the further 10% discount. Offer is available on full priced or sale items, unless specifically excluded in the terms and conditions. Offer excludes personalisation and gift cards. Offer can only be redeemed in the store and on the day goods are received by the stores. Goods must be laundered to be included in the recycling program. Sheridan reserves the right to refuse goods which have not been laundered or are otherwise unsuitable. © Copyright Sheridan 2019
*Australian Bureau of Statistics report in 2009-10.