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LUXEMBOURG – Sustainability solutions provider Eurofins Softlines and Leather has urged textile and fashion industry stakeholders to test their products for microfibre emissions amidst a surge in research highlighting their impact on both human health and the environment.  

A third-party laboratory member of The Microfibre Consortium (TMC), Eurofins Softlines and Leather uses the organisation’s standardised test method to measure the amount of fibre fragments released from textiles during domestic laundering.  

A company spokesperson told Ecotextile News: “Through identifying which fabrics and fibres are most prone to microfibre release, the fashion industry can proactively reduce microplastic pollution with more informed raw material selection and use.”  

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