UK: Marks & Spencer to cut hazardous chemicals from clothing
By Leonie Barrie | 24 October 2012
Fashion retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) today (24 October) pledged to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its entire textile and clothing supply chain by 2020, in a move that also paves the way for the development of new ways to produce its products
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