M&S trying to change the way consumers buy clothes
By Petah Marian | 26 April 2012
The UK's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer hopes to recycle up to 350 million garments a year under a new scheme that calls on its customers to donate one item of clothing every time they buy another. Executive director Steven Sharp spoke to Petah Marian about the new Shwopping initiative, launched today (26 April) in partnership with Oxfam.
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