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Inditex Teams Up With Lenzing to Close the Loop

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Another fast-fashion giant has entered the textile recycling fray.

Zara’s parent company, Inditex, announced its latest “Environmental Strategy Plan” Tuesday, committing to the circular economy model in all phases of the product cycle.

Starting in Madrid in September, Zara will offer shoppers free at-home collection of used clothing when delivering online orders. The pilot, which is being conducted in collaboration with the Spanish charity Cáritas and transportation firm Seur, will eventually roll out all over Spain.

In addition, Inditex and Cáritas will install between 1,500 and 2,000 garment collection containers in the country’s main cities.

Read more at Sourcing Journal.

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