24 Jun '13, 11am

Recycled clothing standard extends reach

HONG KONG – Leading clothing brand Esprit has had its latest collection certified by R Cert, a consumer-facing standard for recycled textile clothing issued by Asian sustainable textiles NGO, Redress. R Cert certification verifies that a brand recycled its own pre-consumer textile waste into its own recycled textile clothing, with a minimum requirement of 20 per cent recycled fibres per garment.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2013062412071/materials-product...

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