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ZDHC Wastewater Guidelines Version 1.1 released
The ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme has announced the release of the ZDHC Wastewater Guidelines Version 1.1. Initially released in November 2016, the Wastewater Guidelines define a single, unified standard for wastewater testing that goes beyond regulatory compliance and conventional wastewater testing parameters.
Hohenstein joins hands with ZDHC
Following its recent recognition by the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Programme as a partnering wastewater testing laboratory, Hohenstein now offers customers the security of ZDHC-compliant manufacturing.
New OEKO-TEX regulations for 2018
I n 2018, the OEKO-TEX Association endeavours to provide further targeted support on issues relating to consumer protection and sustainability throughout the textile value creation chain. The existing guidelines of the OEKO-TEX product portfolio were updated on January 2, 2018. The new regulations come into effect on April 1, 2018 for all certification systems and other services, following a three-month transition period. OEKO-TEX presents the new product regulations in detail to interested companies during a webinar on January 30, 2018 at 12:00 noon (EST, UTC-5). Participation is free. One can register at www.oeko-tex.com/webinar-updates-2018.
Zero Discharge: Let's zero in on opportunity
Where is the dyeing and processing industry heading? Are we going to be ‘Eco- friendly’ or ‘Economy friendly’? Only time will tell. Recently, the Environment Ministry has proposed effluent norms which the Textile Ministry of India has most certainly termed ‘stringent’ and raised concerns and issues associated with its implementation (PTI December 31, 2015).
Jeanologia´s plant guarantees ZERO®Ø contamination
The Spanish company, Jeanologia, specialist in sustainable technologies for garment finishing, made an exclusive presentation at ITMA Milan of the´zero discharge production centre´, the first Jeans finishing plant that guarantees ZERO®Ø contamination.
Harmful substances in childrens clothing
In its study "A little story about the monsters in your closet" published in mid-January, the environmental organisation—Greenpeace—criticised numerous discoveries of harmful substances in childrens clothing from renowned brand manufacturers.
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