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Swiss textile verification image window promotes international environmental certification

2018-09-29

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 The Swiss Textile Testing Center (TESTEX) is one of the few organizations in the world that can provide OEKO-TEX® certification services. In 2018, TESTEX once again promotes the OEKO-TEX® certification standard through the image window and displays the quality textile products that pass the standard. During the period, we will display OEKO-TEX®, STeP, EcoThe Swiss Textile Testing Center (TESTEX) is one of the few organizations in the world that can provide OEKO-TEX® certification services. In 2018, TESTEX once again promotes the OEKO-TEX® certification standard through the image window and displays the quality textile products that pass the standard. During the period, we will display OEKO-TEX®, STeP, Eco-Passport, Made in Green, LEATHER STANDARD and UV801 testing and certification systems, as well as exhibiting South Asia Plastics, Libao International, Xinlong Fiber Dyeing and Finishing, and Lianhe Xin (according to the company's Chinese). 4 strokes and other high-quality products that have passed OEKO-TEX® certification standards.


TESTEX joins the ZDHC program

The Swiss Textile Testing Center (TESTEX) is one of the few institutions in the world that can provide OEKO-TEX® certification services, focusing on the testing of textiles and leather products. Founded in 1846 and headquartered in Zurich, the group has more than 20 branches worldwide (including TESTEX and OETI) and employs more than 200 people. TESTEX is a member of the OEKO-TEX® Association and is the official of the association in Taiwan, Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Switzerland, South Korea, Ireland, and New Zealand. Representative agency.

TESTEX announced its participation in the ZDHC program in July 2018 to jointly promote zero-emission targets for hazardous chemicals and actively participate in promoting sustainable development. The ZDHC Foundation's goal is to eliminate the use of high-risk chemicals in the production of textiles, leather and footwear. ZDHC Recognized Eco-Passport meets MRSL Level 3 requirements (the highest level of current project), ie Eco-Passport certified chemicals, meets ZDHC textile chemical safety standards

Passport, Made in Green, LEATHER STANDARD and UV801 testing and certification systems, as well as exhibiting South Asia Plastics, Libao International, Xinlong Fiber Dyeing and Finishing, and Lianhe Xin (according to the company's Chinese). 4 strokes and other high-quality products that have passed OEKO-TEX® certification standards.


TESTEX joins the ZDHC program

The Swiss Textile Testing Center (TESTEX) is one of the few institutions in the world that can provide OEKO-TEX® certification services, focusing on the testing of textiles and leather products. Founded in 1846 and headquartered in Zurich, the group has more than 20 branches worldwide (including TESTEX and OETI) and employs more than 200 people. TESTEX is a member of the OEKO-TEX® Association and is the official of the association in Taiwan, Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Switzerland, South Korea, Ireland, and New Zealand. Representative agency.

TESTEX announced its participation in the ZDHC program in July 2018 to jointly promote zero-emission targets for hazardous chemicals and actively participate in promoting sustainable development. The ZDHC Foundation's goal is to eliminate the use of high-risk chemicals in the production of textiles, leather and footwear. ZDHC Recognized Eco-Passport meets MRSL Level 3 requirements (the highest level of current project), ie Eco-Passport certified chemicals, meets ZDHC textile chemical safety standards
Source: Textile Federation
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