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Amazon isn't alone in reportedly destroying unsold goods. Nike, Burberry, H&M and others have also come under fire for torching their own products

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Models showcase Burberry's latest designs during London Fashion Week February 2020.
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Amazon reportedly destroyed 130,000 unsold and returned items in a single week.
Burberry, Urban Outfitters, H&M, Nike, and Victoria's Secret have also come under fire for the practice.
The fashion industry makes up 10% of humanity's carbon emissions .
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Amazon is not the only company that has been reportedly destroying unsold goods. Amazon came under fire this week after a former employee told ITV, a British news channel...
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Amazon warehouse destroys 130,000 unsold items per week: report

Amazon warehouse destroys 130,000 unsold items per week: report

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

An Amazon warehouse in Scotland reportedly destroys millions of unsold products every year, according to undercover footage and anonymous employees at the facility. British news outlet ITV obtained footage from inside the e-commerce giant's Dunfermline facility that showed laptops, books, jewelry and other still-packaged products being sorted into boxes marked “destroy.” The items, some of which were...
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