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Published on Monday, 06 January 2014

Jack Wolfskin steps up efforts on fluorine chemicals

Written by Brett Mathews

jwIDSTEIN - Leading outdoor brand Jack Wolfskin has reaffirmed its industry-leading commitments on fluorine chemicals with confirmation that it will ban PFOA from production by summer 2014, while ensuring half of all its apparel is PFC-free by winter 2014 – two years earlier than planned.


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