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Here at Two Rivers protecting the world we live in matters. 

We work with our stores to ensure that we are all working to being greener here’s some examples of the things that we are all doing...     

We have saved a total of 634 trees since 2014 and recycled 36,236 kilograms of paper! 

We have had a total of 263 users for our electrical charging points  here at Two Rivers Shopping Centre.:



No.1 - Carpetright

When you purchase a new bed, mattress or headboard from Carpetright they will give you the option to choose the bed recycling service. Saving you the trouble and expense of disposing your old bed, mattress or headboard by taking it away and recycling what we can from it for you; including any packaging from your new purchase.

Simply choose the bed recycling service at the checkout and Carpetright will dispose of your old bed, mattress or headboard when they come to deliver your new one. This essential service means you can bypass the stress of getting rid of your old bed. Have it dispose of it properly, allowing you to start enjoying your new purchase immediately. For more details click here


No.2 - Burrells

A piece of jewellery that has been inherited from a family member or someone close to us often carries a huge amount of sentimental value. However, the style of the piece might not be quite to your personal taste.This is where re-modelling comes in – you can alter the item slightly to suit your style, while still retaining the sentimental value. For more details click here


No.3 - Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee offer 25p discount on any handcrafted drink in-store to everyone who chooses a reusable cup rather than a disposable one. Helping you save the planet (and your pennies). Pick up a reusable cup on your next visit , they come in range of different sizes and colours – whatever your style, there’s something to suit everyone. For more details click here


No.4 - McDonalds

Did you know McDonald’s uses old cooking oil to power its deliveries? McDonald’s collects used oil from its kitchens and turns this into enough biodiesel to fuel more than half of their delivery fleet. For more details click here


No.5 - Currys PC World

On your next visit you’ll find a dedicated bin where you can deposit AA or AAA & batteries used in computers, mobile phones and wrist watches. Ask a member of staff for more details in store. For more details click here.


No.6 - TK Maxx

Give Up Clothes For Good helps transform the items you no longer need into funds for life-saving research into children's and young people's cancers. Donate your pre-loved quality clothes, accessories and homeware at TK Maxx. Each bag could raise up to £25 for Cancer Research UK for Children & Young People. For more details click here