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Published on Wednesday, 04 June 2014

ETAD concerned at “nonchalant” use of zero

Written by John Mowbray

DETOXGERMANY – Textile chemical trade bodies ETAD and TEGEWA have expressed concern at what they describe as the “nonchalant” use of the word “zero” in the context of potentially hazardous textile chemicals and suggested that newer, more precise analytical methods mean impurities will increasingly be found in textile products moving forwards, albeit in incredibly small amounts.


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