Sports Brand Reveals Plans To Produce Compostable Clothing

Sports Brand Reveals Plans To Produce Compostable Clothing
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Puma's CEO says the manufacturer is developing biodegradable products that can be recycled or thrown on the compost heap.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 november 2011

German sportlifestyle brand PUMA is planning to build on the success of its eco-friendly sustainable packaging and recycled shoes by producing clothes and trainers that are compostable. There has been a growing trend towards green and ecological fashion, and PUMA’s CEO Franz Koch told the German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche:

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