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John Lewis Wants to Buy Back Old Clothes to Reduce Landfill Waste

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John Lewis wants its old clothing back—and it’s willing to pay money for it. The British department-store chain is piloting a new app-based service that will allow customers to schedule pickups of any John Lewis–purchased garments from their homes. They’ll be paid for each item, regardless of condition. Currently being trialed with more than 100…

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