LuxeLounge | connect. converse. influence.
Register Now | Sign In
like us on facebook follow us on Twitter
HomeHomeLifestyle RoomTravel RoomFashion RoomThe LuxeWireAsk the Lounge
Profile On JustLuxe On LuxeLounge Comments

Fashion
H&M Gets Even Greener through Recycling Initiative
By: Michael P.   |    December 6, 2012   |   0 Comments (0) (0)

Already well known for their efforts in using sustainable materials and heeding calls from environmental groups whenever they can, next year H&M is going to start collecting clothes no matter the brand, style or where they were purchased, and send them to a textile recycling facility for use as rags, insulation and, in some cases, to have the materials refurbished into clothing again.

 

Swedish global fashion firm Hennes & Mauritz plans to start collecting old clothes from next year to hand over for recycling, it said on Thursday.

H&M, the world's second biggest fashion chain after Spanish group Inditex, said in a statement it will become the first fashion company to launch a clothing collection initiative worldwide.

"From February 2013, customers will be able to hand in used garments in H&M stores in all 48 markets," it said. Any items of clothing from any brand and in any condition would be accepted and customers would receive a voucher for each bag. Read More

Write a Story/Review about H&M

Post a Comment

 

Share This

Related JustLuxe Articles:

Sign-In: Connect. Converse. Influence.

BEST OF LUXURY

Finding the best in luxury can be a daunting task, which is why we've taken it on for you.

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

BADGES The more active you are, the more rewards you earn!