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With many social activists arguning that the disposable fashion trend is destroying the planet and driving down wages in factories in poor countries, Swedish retailer H&M will become the first retail group to launch a recycling campaign in 48 nations.
H&M will accept clothes from any retailer -- yes, you can pack up your entire closet with a limit of two bags of clothes per customer per day. Earth911.com writes
H&M will collect stained, torn, or simply out of date clothes in an in-store bin. The clothing will then be sent to German recycler I:Collect, which will then turn the clothing into everything from new clothing to automobile insulation.
Customers who make donations will receive vouchers for each bag of used clothing to use toward future H&M purchases.