- Bloomberg, Monday, September 30, 2019 2:12 PM
H&M first started collecting used garments from its customers in 2013. The fast-fashion retailer partners with I: Collect, a Swiss reuse and recycling logistics company, that picks up clothing and
shoes in more than 60 countries. Some clothing is shredded and turned into a fiber mix, then sold to clients, including the retailers that first collected the garments, to be used in new textile
products. Metals such as buttons are separated and recycled.
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