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Published on Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Oeko-Tex outlines Eco Passport thinking

Written by Brett Mathews

ZURICH – Textile certification business, Oeko-Tex, has clarified with Ecotextile News the rationale behind the launch of its Eco Passport for the certification of environmentally responsible textiles. Oeko-Tex has previously been involved in the development of another certification - also called Eco Passport – however, while a number of companies still hold this certificate, it was only offered by a handful of third-party institutes such as the Hohenstein Institute and Testex Swiss Textile Testing.


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