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Published on Wednesday, 23 January 2013

H&M and WWF tackle water resources

Written by John Mowbray

H&M supplierSTOCKHOLM – H&M has teamed up with WWF to implement a new sustainable water strategy in a bid to improve the management of water stressed river basins in the Yangtze in China and Brahmaputra in Bangladesh – key production hubs for the fashion retailer. Around one-third of H&M's textile suppliers that have wet processing facilities, such as dyeing and finishing, are located in these regions.


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