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Published on Tuesday, 13 May 2014

H&M updates water stewardship progress

Written by Brett Mathews

h and mSTOCKHOLM - H&M has provided an update on its water stewardship partnership with WWF. By 2015, it says all 500 of its supplier factories will have annual water targets and improved chemical management. The company has also started to audit selected fabric mills to improve its understanding of water risk in China - a key textile sourcing market - and says all of its staff have now received basic water awareness training and the business has teams in place for a "Yangtze Basin engagement plan."


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