H&M is not only fashionably sustainable, they compost too!

The H&M group has a strong history in sustainability, and their vision is to use their size and scale to lead the change towards circular and renewable fashion while being a fair and equal company.

In 2013, H&M launched a worldwide garment collecting initiative to reduce the amount of textiles being sent to landfill. Since then, they have gathered more than 55,000 tonnes of garments to give them a new life – that’s more fabric than in 150 million t-shirts.

Recently, Oklin’s food waste composter was installed at the H&M Headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, supplied by our distributor, SOLSERV Solutions & Services Europe AB. It’s Pleat is a new cafe by H&M, and  that uses compostable products, and now, all of that product and any food waste will be composted!

Cafe at H&M Headquarters
Cafe at H&M Stockholm, Sweden
GG10s at H&M Headquarters
GG10s at H&M Cafe in Stockholm
A fun explanation of where the food waste will go!
A fun explanation of where the food waste will go!