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ZURICH - Chemical management specialist Oeko-Tex has confirmed that the use of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) will no longer be allowed in textiles, leather and footwear under its Standard 100, Leather Standard and Eco Passport certifications.

The company has also revealed that its Oeko-Tex STeP (Sustainable Textile and Leather Production) certification system is to be integrated with GoBlu's BHive digital chemical management smartphone app.

Both announcements were made as part of Oeko-Tex's 2023 updates to its applicable test criteria, limit values and guidelines for its certifications which will come into effect during the first quarter of the year.

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