Question marks over new zero discharge roadmap

Question marks over new zero discharge roadmap

Leading fashion brands and retailers have joined forces to issue an update on their joint “roadmap” aimed at securing zero…

NETHERLANDS: G-Star joins Greenpeace crusade

Fashion retail business G-Star has become the 15th corporation to make a commitment to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its…

SWITZERLAND: Eco-friendly approval for water repellent finish

Swiss firm Schoeller Textil says Greenpeace has recommended its Ecorepel water and dirt repelling textile finish as an alternative for brands trying to…

GERMANY: Jack Wolfskin eliminates PFOA ahead of schedule

Plans by German outdoor clothing brand Jack Wolfskin to eliminate a chemical used in water-repellent coatings for textiles have come…

US: Limited Brands makes toxic-free fashion pledge

Apparel company Limited Brands, owner of lingerie brands Victoria's Secret and La Senza, has become the 14th major business to pledge to eliminate…

ITALY: Benetton commits to toxic-free fashion

Italian fashion brand Benetton is to eliminate hazardous chemicals from its entire global supply chain and products by 2020. The…

JAPAN: Fast Retailing to phase out hazardous chemicals

Fast Retailing Co, operator of the Uniqlo casual clothing chain and Asia's biggest global fashion brand, is to eliminate hazardous…