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TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN - Sustainable brand Outland Denim has revealed plans to open up its Cambodian manufacturing facilities to other brands in its first sustainability report.

The Australian company also aims to establish an in-house standard for sustainability - the Maeka Standard - which will focus on "jeans that are made without slavery, poor labour standards or environmentally harmful materials and techniques".

The first products are already in development with the Maeka Standard which Outland will extend to other brands it manufactures for in a bid to streamline and reduce the costs of sustainable denim production.

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