UK: Cheap chic fashions clogging landfill sites
By just-style.com | 27 November 2008
Cheap, throwaway fashions account for up to 30% of the waste at some landfill sites, a committee of MPs says, with what they describe as the so-called "Primark effect" raising concerns about sustainability issues.
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