Greenpeace Detox Agreement

For more information on sending a DETOX data form, see the DETOXUser manual. If you have information submission problems, contact us Launched in July 2011, Greenpeace`s detoxification campaign has already convinced 17 international brands, including Valentino, Levi`s and Zara, to commit to detoxification and mobilize more than half a million activists, fashionistas, bloggers and designers, united by the belief that fashion can be created without much cost to Earth. In its latest campaign report” Toxic Threads: Polluting Paradise , Greenpeace called Gap, Inc. for its relationship with PT Gistex Group, a textile manufacturer whose NGO is dumping industrially, which contains a cocktail of toxic and dangerous chemicals and corrosive water, directly into the Citarum River in WestJava, Indonesia. The report calls on Gap to cooperate with the supplier to eliminate the use and dumping of environmentally harmful chemicals from its processes. Detox:Detox data entry guidelines and other information on Greenpeace`s Detox project are available on If you have any questions about the context or updates to Greenpeace`s DETOX campaign, please send your requests to Greenpeace: Please contact only for technical requests (if you don`t have to submit, etc.) Each request is strictly managed by e-mail communications; Phone calls are cancelled. Thank you for your understanding and collaboration. Please read the submission instructions carefully to make sure your load is working properly. NOTE: Please do not use Internet Explorer; Chrome is recommended. At first glance, the announcement marks a remarkable breakthrough in Greenpeace`s commitment to German discounters. At the end of October 2014, Tchibo signed the rehab contract – in December, Lidl, the second largest discount in the world, followed, then the Rewe Group, which includes the 2,250 penny Market stores. On 31 March, Greenpeace announced that Aldi, one of the world`s ten largest retailers, has joined the detoxification movement and has committed to removing all hazardous chemicals from their textile products by 1 January 2020.

About 72% of brands are also working to disclose their supplier lists up to Tier2/Tier3 wet treatment, where the largest use of chemicals and the greatest water pollution occur. Most advanced brands intend to expand this approach to fibre production and address the growing use of viscose. However, it warns that 85% of the textile industry is still not doing enough to eliminate hazardous chemicals and improve working conditions in factories. Published in AldiDetoxificationGreenpeaceLidlPenny MarktTchibo Italian textile manufacturer Canepa recently announced that it had taken up the challenge launched by Greenpeace during Fashion Week last February to create a clean and sustainable fashion. The company has voluntarily committed to complying with the guidelines of the Detox Solution Commitment, which aims to eliminate toxic chemicals currently used in the fashion industry by 2020.