UK: Marks & Spencer outlines sustainability milestones
By Leonie Barrie | 15 November 2012
Some of the latest milestones reached by retailer Marks & Spencer under its Plan A ethical programme include using sustainably sourced cotton in 900 products and saving 865 tonnes of clothing from going to landfill.
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