12 Jul '18, 7am

Greenpeace marks Detox milestone with progress report

Greenpeace marks Detox milestone with progress report

Kirsten Brodde, project lead Detox my Fashion told us: “Only policies can secure in the long term what we achieved by commitment and extend it to the whole industry. Local regulations are required to tackle specific hazardous substances such as APEs which are identified as a remaining problem in the supply chain of Detox committed companies, or to set wastewater standards that will reflect the best practice. Global mechanisms should enforce due diligence in the supply chain with high standards embedding the Detox achievements – we don't have to wait for a global UN agreement, this could be championed right now by EU legislation.”

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