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Published on Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Lindex expands clothing take-back initiative

Written by Brett Mathews

GOTHENBURG – Swedish-based fashion retailer Lindex has extended the option for customers to hand in used textiles for recycling and reuse in all of its stores in Sweden and Norway. Reuse and recycle is a part of the company's long term ambition to close the loop in textiles. In Sweden, Lindex is collaborating with second hand clothing charity Myrorna.

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