Next up, Ikea rugs.

In a story that can easily be filed under, “Well, that makes sense,” Sweden has decided to start burning H&M overstock in lieu of coal.

See? Tube tops can keep you warm in Winter.

According to Jens Neren, the Head of Fuel Supplies at the Malarenergi Power Plant in Västerås, “For us it’s a burnable material. Our goal is to use only renewable and recycled fuels.”

Thus far the plant has burned over 15 tons of clothing from H&M, though the retailer wants to make it clear that, “H&M does not burn any clothes that are safe to use. However, it is our legal obligation to make sure that clothes that contain mold or do not comply with our strict restriction on chemicals are destroyed.”

Maybe if you are bad this year Santa will bring you something from their Conscious Collection.