UK: M&S "Shwopping" scheme to cut clothing waste
By Petah Marian | 26 April 2012
Retailer Marks & Spencer today (26 April) launched a clothing recycling scheme called "Shwopping, which encourages customers to donate an unwanted piece of clothing when they buy a new one.
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