11 months ago
Today, 18th March, is National Recycling Day. To celebrate, we are highlighting Royal Trinity’s commitment to sustainability.
Royal Trinity Hospice may be one of London’s oldest hospices, but that doesn’t mean they’re not moving with the times. They, like us, are aware of the impact that their organisation has on the welfare of the planet and because of that, they have released their ‘Sustainable Seven’ plan. This strategy will mean that their shops will be even more environmentally friendly- they’re not just promoting slow fashion in their shops (which, by the way, is pretty impressive: last year, the shops helped save over 300
tonnes of goods from landfill, and resold over 350,000 preloved items), but they’re going even further behind the scenes to make sure they are making less of an impact on the Earth too.
So what’s the plan? Royal Trinity Hospice has split their goals into 7 sections:
In total there are 24 goals that fit within these 7 sections, ranging from education of the people within the company to only using recycled or FSC certified paper to be used in any printing. These goals will be constant in all 21 shops across London… all of which goes to fund end of life and palliative care for people living in South and Central London.