• Climate change action for businesses
    The recent extreme hot weather in the UK has made many business owners think about what more they can be doing to reduce climate change. A few small changes can make a difference, and some changes will even have other positive outcomes.
  • Introducing our new Customer Relationship Manager
    At Choice Textile great customer service is at the heart of everything we do, so we are delighted to introduce our new Customer Relationship Manager to the team. Lily Corbett will take the lead on building positive, long-term relationships with all Choice Textile clients and will be on-hand to identify solutions that meet the needs of our charity shop partners
  • Frontline training and friendly service
    The people that work at Choice Textile are the organisation’s biggest asset. As a business our Mission is to create a more sustainable environment and to support the community. Our Purpose is to be the most trusted and reliable recycling partner for charity shops in the South East. 
  • Managing the changing landscape of charity shop donations
    Our experience supporting charity shops enables us to adapt to their changing needs. We monitor trends and continually evolve our services to cater to the changing demands, whether that be increasing volumes of excess goods, adjusting the frequency of collections or introducing technology to ensure we use the most efficient routes for collections.
  • How to get to Net Zero?
    In the wake of the latest IPCC report and the announcement by leading scientists this week, that the UK government is moving too slowly to tackle the climate emergency. We all need to reconsider what more we can do individually and as businesses to make a positive difference.


It is a known fact that vast amounts of used clothing, shoes and other textiles are currently ending up in landfill sites.

We can provide the assurance required by local authorities to continually build on their green credentials and hit the anticipated targets set by their governing bodies.