H&M launches sportswear line made using CO2 captured from steel mills

Stuart Stone
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Credit: H&M Move

Fashion retailer teams up with and carbon capture and recycling specialist LanzaTech to stitch together new womenswear range using materials made from converted CO2 emissions

H&M has today paraded a trio of new garments tailored using thread and materials converted from steel mill CO2 emissions in tandem with carbon capture technology specialist LanzaTech. Launched for sale...

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