Zara Aims to Use 100% Sustainable Fabrics in All Collections by 2025

Zara Aims to Use 100% Sustainable Fabrics in All Collections by 2025
Zara stores will be eco-efficient by the end of 2019.

Zara announced a few of its sustainability targets to shareholders at the parent Inditex’s annual general meeting in A Coruña city of Spain on July 16.

The brand has revealed that 7,500 of its stores will be eco-efficient by the end of 2019. In addition, all Zara collections including its sister brands in the Inditex stable will be made from 100 percent sustainable fabrics before 2025.

As part of the label’s green agenda, it has committed to zero waste in landfills from Zara facilities and 80 percent renewable energy consumption in its headquarters, logistics plants and stores by 2025 as well.

Other brands have also recently announced its green initiative including companies like Uniqlo who plans on cutting annual plastic usage by 85 percent, or 7,800 tons worldwide, by the end of 2020.