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Published on Tuesday, 04 September 2012

H&M bans PFC use across all products

Written by Haydn Davis

STOCKHOLM - H&M Group has put a global ban on the use of Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) across its supply chain from 1 January 2013, which means that all orders placed this date or later will be produced without PFCs. The move is an interesting one from H&M given that in the past it has sold water repellent fabrics, but has not focussed on stain repellant clothing or high performance rainwear.


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