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In the UK, it's generally not recommended to put clothes directly into a skip without checking with the skip provider or the local waste management regulations. Skips are typically used for the disposal of general household or construction waste, and certain items, such as clothes, may require separate handling. Here are some alternative options for disposing of clothes: Charity Shops: Many charities operate shops that accept donations of used clothing. This is an excellent way to ensure that your clothes can be reused or resold to support charitable causes. Clothing Banks: Look for clothing banks or containers in your local area. These are often placed in public spaces, supermarket car parks, or near community centers. Textile Recycling: Some areas have textile recycling facilities where you can drop off old and worn-out clothes. Check with your local council or recycling center for information on textile recycling options. Local Collections: Some charities or organizations offer collection services where they pick up donations from your home. Check with local charities to see if this service is available. Upcycling or Repurposing: Consider upcycling old clothes into new items or repurposing them for various DIY projects. Before disposing of clothes in a skip, it's crucial to check with the skip provider and your local waste management authorities to ensure that you are following proper procedures and regulations.

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