When Greenpeace is campaigning for toxic-free fashion, Espirit takes the leading role.
Greenpeace Detox Catwalk is a project focused on finding out which clothing companies are on the path to delivering toxic-free fashion. It’s an interactive online platform assessing progress made by major brands towards a toxic-free future.
Espirit has been ranked as ”Leader” by the Greenpeace Detox Catwalk program.
The Detox Catwalk assessment reads: “Esprit has the potential to become at true detox leader. The company has shown it is committed to cleaning up its act and ensuring its supply chain is free of hazardous chemicals. The well-known casual wear company has started a critical process to come clean on its chemical discharge data.”
“This is an excellent start and considerable motivation to help us on the difficult journey of reaching the goal of eliminating hazardous chemicals from our supply chain by 2020,” says Charles Dickinson, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Quality Management & Sustainability, Esprit.
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