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H&M: Green is the new black

Recycling is about to get a lot more fashionable.

Recycling is about to get a lot more fashionable.



Need an incentive to clean out your closet? H&M just stepped forward with a big one.

Under the battle cry of "long live fashion," the trendy mega-retailer has announced a plan to help keep old textiles out of landfills. Bring in your old clothing, and H&M will recycle it for you.

For your donation, you'll get a 15 percent off voucher to be used on a single item for each bag of clothing you bring in. (Limit of two bags per day.)

It's hardly the deal of a century, but a nice bonus -- in case doing some good wasn't enough for you.

H&M promises that any revenues made off your clothing will be used to "reward customers" or invest in local charities and recycling efforts.

You can bring your used clothing into any H&M store. The cast-offs don't have to be from H&M.

Who's in? We want to see pix of your donation bag, and the shiny new outfit it nets you.

[Last modified: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 2:02pm]


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