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Tomboy fabric from Carrington awarded Bluesign label
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Nov '16
Courtesy: Carrington
Courtesy: Carrington
The Tomboy fabric from Carrington has been awarded the Bluesign accreditation and Carrington is one of only two workwear fabric manufacturers in Europe to achieve this status. The fabric got the award since Carrington has been recognised as using Bluesign approved chemical products and raw materials in every step of its manufacturing process.

The company is also able to guarantee that substances posing risks to people and the environment have been eliminated. However, Carrington will be subject to continuous on-site inspections and all new fabrics must under-go the same rigorous certification procedures.

“Carrington already has a reputation for innovation and for producing fabrics and finishes with extremely high performance in some of the most demanding workplace environments,” Chris Schoonjans, export sales director at Carrington said. “Gaining Bluesign accreditation proves that we are producing workwear fabrics that don't just benefit the people wearing them, but the environment and work place safety as well.” (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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