US: Haggar khaki line recycles 14m plastic bottles
By Leonie Barrie | 29 November 2012
Men's wear maker Haggar Clothing Co has calculated that 14m plastic bottles recycled into its LK Life Khaki eco-line in the first year since its launch.
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