Patagonia's Worn Wear program allows customers to return used Patagonia clothing for store credit or to purchase refurbished items.
The North Face's Clothes the Loop program accepts used clothing and footwear of any brand in exchange for in-store credit.
H&M's Garment Collecting program lets customers bring in used clothing and textiles to receive store discounts.
Levi's offers a recycling program called "SecondHand" where customers can bring in used jeans and get a discount on a new pair.
Apple's Trade-In program allows customers to recycle eligible devices and receive a credit towards a new purchase.
TOMS Shoes has a "One for One" program where they accept old shoes for recycling and, in return, provide a discount on new TOMS products.
Dell offers a recycling program for electronics, including computers, printers, and monitors, providing customers with free recycling and sometimes even cash back.
Coca-Cola has partnered with various organizations to develop recycling programs where customers can earn rewards or discounts for recycling Coca-Cola product packaging.
Eileen Fisher's Renew program encourages customers to bring back their used Eileen Fisher clothing in exchange for a gift card towards future purchases.