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Published on Wednesday, 22 January 2014

A proactive approach to hazardous chemicals

Written by Brett Mathews

GlobeRATINGEN – International retailer Esprit has shown an enlightened and proactive way forward for other clothing brands in the management of hazardous chemicals with the release of a comprehensive new discharge progress report, which outlines how it jettisoned contracts with textile suppliers who refused to take part in its environmental survey.


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