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New Oeko-Tex regulations for 2019 comes into effect
May 2019
The new Oeko-Tex regulations for all certification systems and services have entered into force from April 1. Consumer protection and sustainability along the textile value chain have always been fundamental issues for the Oeko-Tex association.
Jeanologia launches H2 Zero to eliminate textile discharge
April 2019
Jeanologia, a company developing sustainable and eco-efficient technologies for the finishing industry, has taken a big leap by launching H2 Zero: a revolutionary technology to completely eliminate discharge in textile industry.
Sympatex’s efforts for sustainability
December 2018
After a rigorous selection process carried out by 35 international experts and decision-makers from research, business and government, the finalists of this year’s LAUNCH Circular Innovation Challenge were presented in front of a large audience.
TE & bluesign in conference collaboration
August 2018
Textile Exchange (TE) will work alongside bluesign technologies in the delivery of back-to-back conferences in the city of Milan which will focus on sustainable textile and apparel production.
Africa Sourcing & Fashion Week to focus on sustainability
May 2017
The central theme of the upcoming Africa Sourcing & Fashion Week, which will take place in Addis Ababa from October 3-6, 2017 is sustainability in clothing.
HeiQ, Patagonia team for sustainable technology
February 2017
The Swiss textile technology innovator HeiQ and sustainable outdoor clothing brand Patagonia have teamed up for an exclusive strategic research partnership to explore novel ways for a sustainable textile finishing technology to achieve breathable and durable water repellence (DWR). Patagonia was recently recognised for contribution in waste reduction.
Sustainability efforts pay dividends
July 2016
Sustainable textile processing research has been undertaken way back in the 1980s and has led to significant cost savings in the textile industry. Professor Fred L Cook, who has recently retired from fulltime teaching at Atlanta, Georgia-based Georgia Institute of Technology after four decades of distinguished career there, highlighted some of his key research accomplishments
February 2016
The International OEKO-TEX® Association has introduced a new certification system, ECO PASSPORT, for its portfolio of sustainable textile certifications. ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® is a verification procedure by which manufacturers of textile processing chemicals and chemical compounds, such as dyes, performance additives, finishing agents, lubricants, detergents, etc.,

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