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Published on Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Eco-Textile Labelling Guide 2012 – gone to press

Written by Haydn Davis

PONTEFRACT - The 2012 edition of the Eco-Textile Labelling Guide containing all of the relevant updates to over 50 different ecotextile labels and standards has now gone to press and will be available for purchase by Monday 30 July.

With limited copies available, the 100 page Eco-Textile Labelling Guide informs readers on the latest voluntary and obligatory organic textile standards and certification along with eco-textile labelling and the options available for sourcing textiles in a socially responsible manner.

If you are a buyer or a textile manufacturer wanting to know more about sourcing and producing eco-textiles this updated guide-book is a ‘must read’ information resource. It will also be updated regularly online as the criteria for these standards evolve in line with market requirements.

Containing 20 new labels and standards compared to the 2010 edition, the Eco-Textile Labelling Guide is acknowledged as a hugely valuable resource for buying teams at the world‘s leading retailers and brands. The 2008 and 2010 versions were purchased by the likes of Wal-Mart, Nike, Adidas, IKEA, Vaude, JC Penney, Marks & Spencer, C&A, Hennes & Mauritz, Tesco, Puma, Otto Group, Gap Inc., New Balance, Levi Strauss, North Face, Brooks Brothers, Hugo Boss and many others.

Order your copy for just £29 now -

Also available is Ecotextile Labelling PLUS. For just £49, This includes unlimited access to a dynamic, interactive web-site guide to labels and standards through PLUS a copy of the updated 2012 version of the best-selling 100 page Eco-Textile Labelling Guide. CLICK HERE for more details



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