19 Jun '17, 2pm

Outdoor Industry Microfibre Consortium formed

Outdoor Industry Microfibre Consortium formed

ZURICH – The European Outdoor Group has formed an Outdoor Industry Microfibre Consortium, in order to tackle synthetic microfibre aquatic pollution. While harmful to marine life, when polluted into the ocean, microfibres can enter the food chain, carrying hazardous chemicals with them.

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EarthColors receives OutDoor Industry Award 2017

ecotextile.com 20 Jun '17, 8am

REINACH – Global speciality chemicals business, Archroma, has announced that its EarthColors dyestuff range has won the Go...

Sustainability takes centre-stage at OutDoor 2017

Sustainability takes centre-stage at OutDoor 2017

ecotextile.com 20 Jun '17, 10am

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN – The days of perfluorocarbons (PFCs) in the outdoor industry are numbered – that would appear to be one o...

Outdoor cats are prolific killers, study finds

Outdoor cats are prolific killers, study finds

mnn.com 22 Jun '17, 6am

The cats killed a wide range of wild animals, including lizards, voles, chipmunks, birds, frogs and snakes (see the graph ...

Report: Fabric construction linked to textile m...

ecotextile.com 15 Jun '17, 4pm

STOCKHOLM – A new report from Sweden links the way polyester fabrics are made to the amount of microfibres that textiles a...

EcoTextile News - Vaude project calls for energ...

ecotextile.com 16 Jun '17, 3pm

Published on Friday, 16 June 2017 Vaude project calls for energy stewardship Written by Tom Hinchcliffe Details Tweet TETT...

Harting adds A-size hardware to outdoor connector range

Harting adds A-size hardware to outdoor connect...

electronicsweekly.com 19 Jun '17, 4pm

Han are modular connectors, allowing users to select multiple contact types and pack them into various size housings. Prev...