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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:

Apple

Apple will buy back or recycle old Apple devices in store. Items are thoroughly inspected, and components are either reused or recycled in an environmentally responsible way.
https://www.apple.com/shop/trade-in

Aveda

The first beauty company manufacturing with 100% wind power, shop Aveda’s selection of all-vegan, naturally derived and/or organic products, packaged using a minimum of 80% post-consumer recycled packaging.
https://www.aveda.com/sustainablefuture

Free People

Shop ECONYL® the new sustainable activewear line featuring an innovative yard that uses 100% regenerated nylon fiber made of discarded waste.
https://www.urbn.com/making-an-impact/reuse-and-renewal

Gap Inc. 

Send your used Gap, Banana Republic, or Old Navy merchandise to thredUp and earn credit to be used at any Gap Inc. brand.  Gap Inc. is a member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, the Global Fashion Pact, and Ellen MacArthur Make Fashion Circular organizations dedicated to revolutionizing the fashion industry.
https://www.gapincsustainability.com/strategy/our-sustainability-strategy/our-value-chain

Johnny Was

Johnny Was’ sustainable clothing line, Calmé, recognizes the importance of environmental and social responsibility. From their globally-inspired embroideries to the classic beauty of natural silks, Johnny Was has always been about authenticity and timelessness, while also looking forward. Calmé uses conscious and innovative textiles. 
https://www.johnnywas.com/calme.html

lululemon

A member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action and Better Cotton Initiative will achieve 100% renewable electricity for owned and operated facilities this year. Free fitness classes are expected to resume post pandemic.
https://shop.lululemon.com/story/sustainability

M.A.C

Return six empty M.A.C makeup containers to participating locations and receive a standard MAC lipstick.  M.A.C Lover loyalists may choose a standard lipstick, lipglass or small eye shadow.
https://www.maccosmetics.com/giving_back/back_to_mac.tmpl


Madewell

Stop by one of Madewell's stores with your pre-loved pairs (from any brand: the bootcuts from high school, the baggy ones from your skater days, the bright red skinnies from who knows when). Their friends from Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program will turn them into housing insulation for communities in need—and Madewell will give you $20 off new ones.
https://www.madewell.com/inspo-do-well-denim-recycling-landing.html

Nordstrom

Recycle beauty product packaging in store by dropping your empty personal care bottles, tubes, caps, dispensers, tubs and more in the BEAUTYCYCLE collection bins.
https://www.nordstrom.com/browse/nordstrom-cares/get-involved/nordstrom-beauty-cycle?breadcrumb=Home%2FNordstrom%20Cares%2FGet%20Involved%2FNordstrom%20BEAUTYCYCLE

Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn, has strengthened their commitment to sourcing wood responsibly, setting a goal to plant three million trees by the end of 2023. Through a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, the largest environmental nonprofit dedicated to planting trees, the brand will plant one tree for every piece of indoor wood furniture* sold. This partnership will restore vulnerable ecosystems and endangered forests and support the reduction of climate impact, leading to cleaner air and water while enriching lives.  https://www.potterybarn.com/pages/our-commitments/

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/