This Swedish power plant is burning H&M clothes instead of fossil fuels

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A Swedish power plant hopes to go fossil fuel free by 2020 – and they’re turning to recycled wood and trash for alternatives, including discarded clothing from retail chain H&M. This year they’ve already burned around 15 tons of H&M clothes.

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