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LONDON – Fashion brand ASOS has made the decision to remove paper return slips from its deliveries, in a move that’s projected to save 8,450 trees and more than 320,000kg of paper each year.

This comes as ASOS accelerates efforts under its pledge to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, through which the UK brand has placed emphasis on achieving entirely recyclable and reusable packaging.

ASOS has created a video tutorial of how customers can execute online returns going forward.

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