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STOCKHOLM/LEIDEN - Swedish fashion and homeware giants H&M and IKEA have completed a large-scale joint study into the risks of chemical contamination in recycled textiles.

Adidas, Bestseller, Kingfisher, Gap and PVH Corp also contributed to the research which involved the creation of a databank to increase cross-industry knowledge of the chemical content of recycled textiles.

H&M and IKEA have both pledged to use only renewable and recycled materials by 2030, and they see finding clean and reliable sources of recyclable materials as key to realising these ambitions.

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