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  • Fast fashion brands step up in-store recycling efforts
  • Fast fashion brands step up in-store recycling efforts
    Scott Webb (2017) ©
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Fast fashion brands step up in-store recycling efforts

When shoppers are looking to snap up a fashion bargain on the high street, the last thing they're thinking about is to bring back last season's items. But as retailers come under pressure to tackle waste, brands including H&M and Zara are stepping up their in-store recycling initiatives.

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