Tired of that old shirt? Pants have a hole in the leg? If you bring in your old clothes to any H&M store, the company uses them to make new ones! “We don’t want old garments to end up in a landfill,” says Erik Bang of the H&M Foundation. The foundation is the company’s nonprofit organization behind the program. More than 95 percent of clothes in landfills could have been reworn or recycled. Since 2013, the company has collected more than 150 million T-shirts’ worth of fabric for recycling. “We no longer need to solely rely on raw materials to dress a growing world population,” says Bang.