28 Mar '15, 3pm

Find out which companies are cleaning up with the Greenpeace Detox pledge

Every year, Greenpeace calls out major suppliers in order to encourage them to remove toxic chemicals from their supply chain – including companies like LVMH, Gap, H&M and Levi’s – with their Detox Catwalk . Adidas has been under fire for toxic residue in their clothing, but the company has finally cleaned up its act by eliminating toxic chemicals from its supply chain as part of the pledge. Meanwhile, rival Nike has failed to make any real change in improving the toxicity of their products. Check out all the details on Greenpeace’s Detox Catwalk to find out which companies are going green and which are merely greenwashing.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/find-out-which-companies-are-cleanin...

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