EUROPE’S biggest clothing retailer has announced plans to make its stores and factories more environmentally friendly.
Spanish company Inditex, which owns High Street stores Zara and Pull and Bear, will install energy efficient lighting and heating systems in the 3,200 stores it owns worldwide.
A spokesman also said the group would use recycled cardboard in its packaging and reuse clothes hangers.
The Inditex fleet of delivery vehicles are also set to switch from diesel to biodiesel.
“The concern about environmental matters has been there now for several years,” he added.