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    • Recycled sewing thread from A&E

      Friday, 20 October 2017
      NORTH CAROLINA – Industrial textile manufacturer American & Efird (A&E) has launched a new recycled polyester sewing thread designed especially for athletic wear and high-performance apparel. The new... Read More

    • Polluting textile units unplugged

      Wednesday, 18 October 2017
      TIRUPUR – A number of Indian textile printing and washing units which had reportedly discharged untreated chemical effluents have been closed down by government officials after a request from the... Read More

    • Unions call for EU action on Bangladesh labour rights

      Wednesday, 18 October 2017
      AMSTERDAM – Clean Clothes Campaign and other trade unions has called for the European Commission to launch a trade investigation into Bangladesh labour rights. This comes as trade unions say the... Read More

    • Textile suppliers to rate apparel buyers

      Wednesday, 18 October 2017
      DELAWARE – A new initiative underway which plans to give textile and apparel suppliers the ability to anonymously rate their customers – including the big brand retailers – is set to gain new... Read More

    • Legal moves put pressure on Bangladesh Accord

      Tuesday, 17 October 2017
      DHAKA – The Bangladesh High Court has frozen the extension to the widely opposed Accord 2018 agreement on Fire and Building Safety, which was signed in June this year by leading apparel brands and... Read More

    • Asos worker’s rights agreement welcomed

      Monday, 16 October 2017
      LONDON – The UK platform of Clean Clothes Campaign, Labour Behind the Label (LBL) has welcomed the recent agreement between fashion brand Asos and trade union federation IndustriALL. LBL says... Read More

    • Fashion brands incinerate waste clothing

      Monday, 16 October 2017
      ROSKILDE – Fashion brands H&M and Bestseller have incinerated tonnes of both returned and unused clothing at an incineration facility in Denmark, says a new TV investigation which is due to be... Read More

    • Report ranks brands on China environmental progress

      Monday, 16 October 2017
      BEIJING – Newly released data from the Chinese government, online monitoring by NGO’s and corporate disclosure agreements has shown the textile industry has boosted its environmental performance in... Read More

    • Amsterdam to host responsible denim event

      Friday, 13 October 2017
      AMSTERDAM – Fashion for Good has announced it is set to host Long Live Denim!, an event that will enable brands to gather and discuss the progress made by the two-year long Alliance for... Read More

    • Report shows textile firms go green

      Friday, 13 October 2017
      BEIJING – Following the release of the 4th annual Corporate Information Transparency Index (CITI) today, findings have highlighted that the textile industry in particular is increasingly adopting... Read More

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