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Published on Thursday, 03 April 2014

Swedish report suggests ignorance on chemicals

Written by Brett Mathews

chemSTOCKHOLM - Research from Sweden suggests there is a huge knowledge gap among textile procurers when it comes to chemical risks in their supply chains. The research indicates that, while many buyers recognise issues related to potentially toxic chemicals upstream in their supply chains and are “strongly committed” on this issue, they lack the technical know-how and understanding in order to address it.


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