02 Mar '18, 11am

California State proposes mandatory polyester warning

California State proposes mandatory polyester warning

SACRAMENTO – The California State Assembly has put forward a bill which would see all clothing made from more than 50 per cent polyester having to bear a label which alerts consumers that the garment will shed ocean-polluting microfibers during domestic washing.

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