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Sustainable Retail Partners

Did you know that many of your favorite shopping destinations here at our center are working toward a more sustainable future? Check out what they're doing:

Aerie

Shop the Real Good label and know that these products are the most sustainable items in the Aerie collection and are manufactured in compliance with AEO’s Water Leadership Program. In-store bra recycling is currently on hold due to COVID-19.
https://www.aeo-inc.com/sustainability/

American Eagle Outfitters

Shop the Real Good label and know that these products are the most sustainable items in the AEO collection and are manufactured in compliance with AEO’s Water Leadership Program. In-store denim recycling is currently on hold due to COVID-19.
https://www.aeo-inc.com/sustainability/

Armani Brands

A member of the Global Fashion Pact, a group of 250 leading brands and companies in the fashion and textile industries committed to transforming the industry.  Shopping bags and other packaging is often used from 100% recycled materials.
https://www.armani.com/experience/us/corporate/social-responsibility/environment/

Eddie Bauer

Look for products using sustainable fiber Seawool, created from reclaimed oyster and bottle fibers in some performance styles.  Eddie Bauer partners with bluesign (safe textile production), Canopy Style Initiative, American Forest, and Good 360.
https://www.eddiebauer.com/campaign/sustainability?cm_re=homepage_6_TO_P_good360_200821

GameStop

GameStop’s trade-in program takes in software (CDs) and electronic devices and accessories that are otherwise destined for landfills and either refurbish or recycle them. In 2018 alone, GameStop refurbished over 5 million pieces of software (CDs) and over 3 million consumer electronic devices and recycled over 2.7 million pounds of e-waste.
https://news.gamestop.com/social-responsibility

H&M

Look for the green tag to shop the new Conscious Collection made with at least 50% sustainable materials, such as organic cotton and recycled polyester.  While the in-store recycling program is on hold, a ground-breaking in store circularity machine called Looop is being tested in Stockholm. Looop shreds old garments into new ones in five hours.  (note: Instagram video is impressive!)
https://hmgroup.com/sustainability/circular-and-climate-positive/recycling/
https://www.vogue.com/article/hm-conscious-collection-recycled-waste-circularity


Levi’s

Trade in your Levi’s jeans and Trucker Jackets in good condition for store credit, unwearable items are donated.  Shop the new sustainable line, WellThread, designed with recycled materials.
https://www.levi.com/US/en_US/blog/article/where-to-recycle-your-clothes/


Nike

The Reuse-A-Shoe program recycles athletic shoes at the end of their life, giving them new life through Nike Grind.  Athletic sneakers only, program may be on pause at certain locations.
https://www.nike.com/help/a/recycle-shoes


Starbucks

In-store recycling and composting available for all Starbucks packing engineered to avoid the landfill.  Participating locations offer spent coffee grounds for gardening at no charge.  
https://stories.starbucks.com/stories/2020/2019-report-leading-in-sustainability/