Recycle Your Clothes with H&M
At H&M, they believe it's senseless that so much clothes and discarded textiles end up in landfills. Recycling is one of many ways to fulfill goals towards a sustainable future. In 2017 H&M collected more than 17,771 tonnes of textile - the equivalent of 89 million T-shirts.
Today, they see a fashion industry that weighs heavy on natural resources, and it simply cannot carry on in the same way as before. Plus, far too much textiles end up in trash bins and landfills, we're talking thousands of tonnes, regularly thrown away with household waste.
If we work thoroughly with recycling and reusing, rather than using up even more resources, we're onto something really good. Because one of many ways to tackle this issue is to change the way we make, use and dispose of clothing. This is one of the many reasons you can drop off your old clothes and discarded textiles at some of our brand's stores.
H&M is located on Level 2.
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