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Published on Tuesday, 06 October 2015

Fast Retailing takes alternate recycling route

Written by Brett Mathews

TOKYO – Japanese fast fashion retailer Fast Retailing has launched a new project which will see clothing collected at its Uniqlo and GU stores across 16 countries and territories in order to clothe the growing number of refugees globally. The work, part of the 10 Million Ways to Help project, will be managed by Fast Retailing's All-Product Recycling Initiative which, since 2001, has seen the business collect more than 32.5 million articles of clothing and donate more than 14.2 million items in 53 countries and regions.


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