WORLD: Clothing brands adopt voluntary ban on sandblasting
By just-style.com | 26 May 2011
International clothing brands and retailers including C&A, Carrefour, Esprit, H&M, Inditex and Levi Strauss have collectively imposed a voluntary ban on sandblasting in their global supply chains - and are calling on other firms to join them.
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