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STRATHAM – Outerwear brand Timberland is to launch a new product take-back programme in a bid to support its ambition of having a net positive impact on nature by 2030.  

Starting in August, consumers will be able to return branded footwear, apparel or accessories to Timberland stores, either for repair and resale, or recycling.

Global brand president, Susie Mulder, said: This take-back programme is a critical step in pursuing our 100 per cent circularity goal, while at the same time addressing the ever-increasing consumer demand for responsible design and progressive retail options.” 

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