We have learned through different economic media of this news about Inditex, in that unstoppable race for a more sustainable, more aware sector. A better future. And the novelty, also imminent, is that from this very Monday, October 18, all Inditex firms will begin to charge by stock exchange. A measure that is already implemented in Germany and that will be progressively extended to the rest of the countries in which is present, sources from the Galician textile group have informed Europa Press.
All the brands of the multinational will charge 10 euro cents per bag and twenty per envelope, with the exception of the large bags from the firm Lefties, which will cost 15 cents; and those of Massimo Dutti, 35 cents.
This novelty, confirmed by the firm's sources, reaffirms Inditex's sustainability project, which starting Monday will begin charging for recycled paper bags, after eliminating the famous black plastic bags in 2019. What is also important to note is that what is entered with this, that is, the collection obtained will go entirely to environmental projects with an NGO.
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Inditex also continues to make progress in terms of raw materials with the aim that by 2023 100% of cotton and cellulosic fibers will be sustainable, and linen and polyester by 2025.
The brands of the Inditex group (Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe) will start charging for the bags from next Monday. In their stores they have already posted the notice so that the information is not lost.Zara
We only have to know if, like other large multinationals and companies, it will offer an alternative in the form of a cloth bag, or a recycled one of greater size and durability, to be used repeatedly in the purchases we make at Zara. What is the idea that Inditex is looking for with this measure.This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io