EU regulates formaldehyde in textiles.→ →
In some countries and regions there are regulations in place for the banning of hazardous substances in clothing production, while other countries have yet to establish any such regulations at all. This lack of consistency and implementation highlights the important need for government authorities to take initiative to tackle the ongoing issues faced by the fashion industry and its negative impacts on the environment and population.
NGO opinion: The overarching objective of the new EU Textile Strategy must be to contribute to absolute reduction in production
Canada has a few regulations related to textiles which are centered towards the protection of human health.→ →
A new European standard has set limits on the presence of nonylphenolethoxylate(NPE) in fabrics.→ →