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Clothing Giant H&M To Detox

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Recently, many large clothing companies have decided to detox their companies by eliminating all hazardous chemical discharges from their plants and company product life cycles.

Nike, Puma, and Adidas have all committed to this transformation in their companies by the year 2020. After numerous tweets, petitions, and research, H&M has also hopped on board with this pledge. There is a lot of chemical run-off and polution caused by large companies, clothing or not.

A wide range of hazardous chemicals have been dumped into rivers in China that have been, and are, cause for serious concern. This pledge and commitment will bring about real change in the clothing industry. When a large company, such as H&M, climbs on board it shows that the change is possible and real. To learn more about this Detox campaign and to help with future campaigns, visit the Greenpeace website to learn more about what we can all do to bring about the change needed.

[River image by xcode via Flickr Creative Commons]

Written by Maria

Hey there! I'm Maria Raffaelle and I currently live in Chicago, IL. I have a passion for all things eco-friendly in makeup, skincare, haircare, and fashion. The crafter in me loves to put a DIY twist on beauty too! One of my goals is to help women realize that they are all beautiful; no matter their size, shape, or skin. Let's celebrate the beauty in each of us, together!

2 Comments

  1. Oh my! It’s too bad that we make a big deal and pat these companies on the back for “cleaning up their act” when they shouldn’t have been doing it in the first place!

    • On one hand, I agree that these companies should have changed their polluting practices long ago, but if we criticize even when they do make a positive change, what incentive do they have to change anything at all? I don’t know….I can definitely see where you’re coming from, but I’m not sure I totally agree.

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