Sweden is burning H&M clothesStaff Writer | November 29, 2017
Sweden is burning Hennes & Mauritz brand clothes to produce energy. The incineration plant can burn any organic feed and it uses damp and soiled clothes from the retailer.
Energy Around 15 tons of clothing from H&M were burnt
In 2017 alone, around 15 tons of clothing from H&M were burnt in the energy plants, reports noted.
The combustion plant uses all sorts of wastes and it imports garbage from other countries such as Norway to generate power. Sweden is reportedly recycles around two million tones of waste every year. Apart from that they import around 80,000 tons of trash from Norway. ■