20 Feb '17, 1pm

Sandra Roos, @swerea syns överallt nu.Five-year project measures LCA of garments https://t.co/rS51sk6noS

, researchers from Chalmers University of Technology claim to be able to present the most comprehensive life-cycle-assessment (LCA) to date on the environmental impacts of garments. The research was led by Dr Sandra Roos who presents information on the sustainability of fibres and production processes, including chemical impacts.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2017022022596/materials-product...

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