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ARTEIXO - Zara owner Inditex has unveiled its plans for the next two years in which it says that each of its stores, along with its websites, will become 'sustainability hubs'.

The group, the world's biggest fashion company, says each store, whether online or physical, will use less and renewable energy, eliminate single-use plastic, recycle more materials and foster the reuse of garments.

All stores will be equipped with the Inergy environmental control platform, apply a ticketless e-receipt system, and recycle or reuse surplus cardboard and plastic packaging.

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