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Published on Tuesday, 03 June 2014

Marks and Spencer confirms eco updates

Written by John Mowbray

Marks and Spencer, Monks Cross,LONDON – UK retailer Marks and Spencer has revealed further progress with its Greenpeace Detox 2020 commitments to Ecotextile News, including updates on its use of fluorine-free water repellents, progress in dyehouse trials, and the launch of a new supplier app to help with chemical management. M&S is still the only UK retailer to have signed up to the Greenpeace’s zero discharge commitments.


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