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Reduce Waste

2016-04-19 20:02:59|News

I’ve have always been a keen supporter of H&M and their commitment to working with respect and integrity.  This week they have launched ‘World Recycle Week’ campaign and are aiming to collect 1,000 tonnes of old clothing from customers across its stores worldwide.  The campaign runs from the 18th - 24th April and shoppers will receive a 30% discount in-store in exchange for the unwanted or worn out clothes they bring in.  According to H&M once delivered in-store customers’ unwanted garments are shipped to one of seven sorting plants worldwide. Here, they are sorted into three streams which will see them either re-worn and sold as second-hand items, re-used as cloths or upholstery, or recycled to become new fabric and potentially new items.   I’ve been meaning to clear out my wardrobe for some time so this has been the perfect opportunity.  Please take a look here for more information about the initiative.   Love, Ching x

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