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H&M (Emeryville) - Emeryville - 5630 Bay St

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H&M (Emeryville)

5630 Bay St, Emeryville, California 94608

M-Sa 11am-7pm
Su 12noon-7pm

Collection box in store. I:CO collects and sorts the materials - Rewear — clothing that can be worn again will be sold as second-hand clothes, Reuse — old clothes and textiles will be turned into other products, such as cleaning cloths, and Recycle — everything else is turned into textile fibres and used for things like insulation. Other H&M Group projects: Weekday’s Re-Made capsule denim collection is one recent example where the design team have an upcycling approach, altering the garments and making them on-trend once again. COS initiated a similar project, partnering up with The Renewal Workshop.

Item Notes Method Destination
Clothing - Good Condition clean and dry
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse
Clothing - Poor Condition clean and dry
  • Free Drop-off
  • Recycle
Textiles - Good Condition/Size clean and dry
  • Free Drop-off
  • Recycle
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