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Greenpeace Detox Soccer

Toxic Chemicals in World Cup Soccer Gear, Greenpeace Says

Soccer merchandise produced by adidas, Nike and Puma ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil has been found to contain hazardous chemicals, according to an investigation by Greenpeace Germany. Independent laboratories tested 33 items including shoes, goalkeeper gloves and the official “Brazuca” ball for a range of substances … Read more »

Little Monsters clothing

Toxic Chemicals Found in Kids’ Clothes from Disney, Gap, 10 Other Brands

Disney, Burberry, Adidas and other major brands tested positive for hazardous chemicals in their children’s clothes and shoes, according to a Greenpeace investigation. A Little Story About the Monsters in Your Closet details chemicals found in children’s products from 12 clothing brands: Adidas, American Apparel, Burberry, C&A, Disney, GAP H&M, … Read more »

Gap

Gap Dumping Toxic Wastewater, Greenpeace Says

Gap, Brooks Brothers and other fashion brands are dumping toxic wastewater in Indonesia waterways, Greenpeace says. In its latest report, Toxic Threads: Polluting Paradise, Greenpeace investigates the PT Gistex factory, located near Bandung in West Java, with 60 percent of production located in the Citarum River watershed. The facility does … Read more »

Ecolab Launches Toxic-Chemical Free Industrial Laundry Detergent

Ecolab has introduced an industrial laundry program that it says cleans heavily soiled textiles without using hazardous chemicals and can save industrial laundry customers as much as 3 million gallons of water a year. The Performance Industrial Program is a three-product system that uses Ecolab’s patented Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPE)-free chemistry … Read more »

Calvin Klein, Zara Among Worst Chemical Users, Greenpeace Says

Calvin Klein, Zara Among Worst Chemical Users, Greenpeace Says

Hazardous chemical residues have been found in clothing made by Zara, Calvin Klein, Benetton, Giorgio Armani, the Gap and 15 other global brands, according to a Greenpeace investigation. The study “Toxic Threads: The Big Fashion Stitch Up” found high levels of toxic phthalates in four of the products, cancer-causing amines … Read more »