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Published on Monday, 10 October 2016

Hugo Boss ‘monetises’ environmental impacts

Written by Brett Mathews

REUTLINGEN - German luxury brand Hugo Boss has placed monetary values on the environmental impacts of its supply chain as part of a wide-reaching project with Life Cycle Assessment consultancy firm Quantis. The work has allowed for the development of accurate, comparable data which shows – for instance – that the largest effects on the environment of a cotton t-shirt result from the process of cotton cultivation and its chemical refinement.


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