Zara commits to detox after Greenpeace dressing down

James S Murray
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Clothing giant commits to eliminate all releases of hazardous chemicals from its supply chain by 2020

Greenpeace secured another notable victory this week, after Zara responded swiftly to being named and shamed in the campaign group's latest report on hazardous chemical use in the clothing industry by...

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