GLOBAL: “Hazardous chemicals” found in clothing
By Richard Woodard | 21 November 2012
Twenty leading fashion brands are selling clothing contaminated with chemicals with hormone-disrupting or cancer-causing properties when released into the environment, according to Greenpeace International.
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