Recycling isn’t just good for the environment, it can boost your bank balance too. As a number of companies now offer incentives to recycle, your junk may be worth more than you think There are now many ways to cut down on the landfill waste you produce and make money at the same time. We have taken a look at some of the most common – and surprising – possibilities. H&M’s Garment Collecting programme is a global initiative that aims to prevent unwanted clothes from going to landfill.  The high street chain accepts any brand of unwanted clothes in any condition, as well as old duvet covers and sheets. If you hand in a bag of old clothes at the cash desk in any H&M store, you’ll receive a £5 voucher to use in store or online. All the clothes collected by H&M are either reused or recycled – nothing goes to landfill. Another option is M&S and Oxfam’s ‘Shwopping’ scheme. If you take a bag of unwanted clothes containing at least one M&S item to an Oxfam shop, the charity will give you a £5 M&S voucher to use when you spend at least £35 on clothing, homeware and beauty products. If your car is no longer roadworthy or economical to repair, you could sell it for ...