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H&M made history in December when it announced the launch of the world's first global clothing-recycling program. Starting February, and spanning all 48 of the Swedish retailer's markets worldwide, the initiative will accept items of clothing from any brand and in any condition. For every bag deposited, the customer will receive a voucher to put towards a future H&M purchase. The collected garments will then be handled by I:Collect, a clothing-recycling firm that will reprocess the materials and make them available for new use.


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