3M to phase out production and sale of ‘forever chemicals’ by 2025
Manufacturing giant 3M has pledged to stop producing and selling poly fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly known as ‘forever chemicals’, within the next three years.
British retailers linked to polluting supplier factories
Marks & Spencer, H&M and ASOS are among the global companies that have agreed to incorporate new measures into sourcing policies for textile fibres, after a new report linked Tesco, Asda and Next to Asian viscose factories that are polluting the environment and contributing to premature deaths.
Dirty Fashion: Global retailers vow to respond to ‘toxic’ supply chain practices
Fashion retailers H&M and Marks and Spencer (M&S) have vowed to implement new supply chain management approaches, after a new report linked some of the world's largest fashion brands with highly-polluting facilities that are producing man-made viscose fibres.
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