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Published on Monday, 08 July 2013

BASF adopts bluesign system

Written by John Mowbray

BASFSINGAPORE – BASF has adopted the stringent requirements of the bluesign system for improved environmental protection and consumer safety in the textile value chain. The bluesign system, developed by bluesign technologies ag, is an independent stringent standard applied in five key areas of textile processing: resource productivity, air emission, occupational health and safety, water emission and consumer safety.


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