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Published on Monday, 29 February 2016

Sustainable focus for digital textile printer

Written by Brett Mathews

Black floral printed cashmere jumper for Tata Naka

LEICESTERSHIRE - Sustainability will be a key theme of a new UK digital textile printing business which will only work with inks and processes which are compliant with the ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) Manufacturing Restricted Substances List. "This is becoming a standard requirement for manufacturing companies wishing to be part of the supply chain for major brands" said Nick Morley, who has established Faering Ltd together with Jane Walker of Bailey Hills Print+Wool.


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