Fashion firms cut H2O

24th November 2015


Clothing companies representing more than half the UK retail market have reduced water impacts by 12.5% per tonne of clothing in two years.

The data was revealed by waste adviser Wrap in an update on its sustainable clothing action plan (SCAP) sector commitment, which has targets to reduce water, carbon and waste to landfill by 15% by 202

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