Reports of wasteful practices at the brand's Amsterdam store shine a light on some of the sustainability challenges faced by the global fashion system
Piles of damaged goods teetering next to tills, faulty clothing cut up and dumped in waste bins alongside old food packaging, "chaotic" stores with managers willing to throw scuffed and stretched goods...
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'The home replaces the petrol forecourt': Tonik Energy launches smart EV charging bundle in 'UK first'
Smart data from EV chargers installed by Tonik's in-house team will allow company to provide separate home and EV charging rates for customers