Mind the Store just released its new report card, which shows some real improvements in how retailers are dealing with the use of hazardous chemicals in their products. Here are three interesting findings from this year’s report card.
IKEA and H&M have joined forces in a large-scale study reviewing chemical content of recyclable fabrics such as shirts, pants and other textiles as a step towards becoming circular.
The home improvement company Kingfisher pledges to phase out three well-known groups of hazardous chemicals – phthalates, PFCs and halogenated flame retardants – by 2025.
REACH, Circular Economy and substitution will be on the agenda during the two days of ChemSec’s Business Group meeting which kicks off today in Stockholm, Sweden. The meeting is hosted by the Business Group’s latest member, the multinational clothing-retail company…
The multinational retail clothing company H&M Group – which comprises of six independent brands: H&M, COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday and & Other Stories – joins the ChemSec Business Group today. – We welcome H&M to the ChemSec Business Group….
The sports goods manufacturer adidas Group, with more than 50 000 employees in 160 countries, is the latest company to join the ChemSec Business Group. Traditionally being a chemicals intensive sector, the textile industry faces challenges when it comes to…
The European water industry body EurEau, which represents drinking and waste water services in 27 EU countries, is concerned about the potential impact TTIP might have on EU’s hazard-based approach to chemicals regulation, which is underpinned by the precautionary principle….