H&M’s New Line Of Eco-Friendly Denim Closes The Loop On Textile Recycling

by , 01/19/14

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We recycle our bottles, cans, and newspapers, but what about clothes that are past their prime? Last year, Swedish apparel chain H&M made headlines by launching the world’s first global clothes recycling program. Now, the fruits of that labor are making their way to market. On the one year anniversary of its recycling program announcement, H&M will reveal a new line of denim products made with recycled program derived from repurposed clothing. Proceeds from sales of the recycled denim garments will benefit the H&M Conscious Foundation, where the money will be used to fund projects designed to close the loop on textiles. Learn more by following the link below.


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