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Published on Friday, 21 November 2014

Puma plans get Greenpeace thumbs-up

Written by Brett Mathews

HERZOGENAURACH - Sportswear giant Puma has announced a timeline for the elimination of all PFCs from its textile supply chain as part of its Greenpeace detox commitments. The company has also stated how it will achieve full supply chain transparency in terms of its potentially hazardous chemical use through use of its manufacturers' restricted substances list (MRSL). Puma's plans were immediately applauded by Greenpeace which said the company's actions make it a detox 'leader' in the sportswear sector.


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