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CASE STUDY: Staying on trend while reducing landfill

Volunteers packing clothing donations
Volunteers from the Procurement & Environment team unpack the donations received by the Red Cross at their Sunshine facility in Melbourne
We are committed to reducing our landfill and we are supportive of businesses who have the same ethos. GlamCorner, the designer dress rental startup is one such business and we are delighted to be their delivery partner across Australia.

GlamCorner’s mission is to create a modern, simple and personal fashion experience that is built for women who are passionate about experiencing the quality of designer fashion while also reducing their impact on both the environment and their wallets.

The fast-growing business, established by husband and wife Dean Jones and Audrey Khaing-Jones, recently achieved B Corp Certification, which requires rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.

We have also encouraged our customers and employees to reduce the landfill created from clothing, by using the pre-paid return satchel included with their online purchase to send any pre-loved clothing items or accessories they wished to donate to the Red Cross. This not only reduces clutter, it also gives those items a second life.