It is no secret that the fashion house burn unsold remnants of the old collections of clothes, not wanting to send them to outlets. In Europe this practice will soon come to an end. The Secretary of state under the Minister of environmental transformation of France, 36-year-old Bruin is Pearson at the conference in Copenhagen have warned that the fashion industry will change.
Many companies are discarded in landfills or destroy unsold clothing collections and footwear. It is shocking. We are no longer able to do so, she said.
Pearson urged brands to solve this problem at the sectoral level and warned that the government would seek a ban on burning as a way of getting rid of the remaining goods. The purpose of this prohibition is to search for other methods of disposal. Incidentally, the European Union at the national level, and refuse incinerators.
Last year, Burberry announced that it will abandon the practice of destroying unsold goods (in 2017 she gave him $ 37 million).