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Our interior poly bag, the plastic that protects clothing in transit, is 100% PET and therefore, recyclable in locations that recycle plastic film.
UO aims to reduce single-use plastic polybag waste from entering landfills and the environment. To accomplish this, we will repurpose our current plastic polybags for future use, by partnering with Trex, an eco-friendly composite decking manufacturer. This initiative will divert over 100 tons of UO plastic from landfills annually.
All Nuuly garments are sent in the their wearable form, with no additional plastic packaging or hangers to throw away.
Anthropologie has transitioned their packaging to a fully sustainable program. Bags, including handles which are made of paper, are made of 80% post-consumer content and are eligible for single-stream recycling.
To reduce waste, FP has eliminated their gift box program entirely. All packaging, both shoppers and gift wrap, are made of natural cottons and are re-usable and washable. New Movement bags are made of durable rip-stop nylon and are highly re-usable as well.
Free People shopping bags are made of 100% cotton, which is 100% biodegradable and reusable.
Urban Outfitters shopping bags are made from 100% recyclable (#5), non-woven polypropylene (NWPP).
In its past life, each Nuuly garment bag was a bunch of empty water bottles, going nowhere. Now it's zipping around the country, replacing boxes and refreshing closets. Made of recycled post-consumer plastic, it’s also reusable and recyclable and we think it has a very bright future ahead of it.
UO has eliminated tissue wrap and gift boxes at retail POS.
Free People has eliminated all gift boxes, and tissue wrap is 100% recyclable.
Anthropologie has transitioned to using tissue paper made from 60% post-industrial fibersonly in gift situations, and in a reduced capacity. Small changes can lead to huge impacts, with a 50% redcution in the size of a sheet of tissue, the brand is on track to reduce total usage by 80% for this year. Addtionally, gift boxes have been transitioned to 100% post-consumer recycled content.