Under the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Change, more than 100 fashion brands are committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030. OEKO-TEX® states that the new tools will support these and other companies on this journey.
With the new tool, the production floor is a simple, easy-to-use digital tool for calculating carbon emissions and water across the site, per process step, annual production, or 1 kg of material. there is.
To provide comprehensive information on the new tools, OEKO-TEX® is hosting the webinar “Carbon and Water Footprint in the Textile Value Chain” on Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 3pm to 4pm CET ..
Webinar participants can learn exciting insights directly from developers and users of the new STeP with OEKO-TEX® carbon and water footprint tools. Sönke Giebeler, Head of Business Development for OEKO-TEX®, shares the vision and importance that footprint tools provide to the industry.
Quantis’ Tereza Lévová describes the underlying methodology and how to understand the data behind the tool. Senthilnathan Vijayaraj, Sustainability Manager at Atlas Export Enterprises, shares a facility perspective, including user experience and industry value.
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Fiber2Fashion News Desk (RKS)
OEKO-TEX® has partnered with Quantis, a leading science-based sustainability consultancy, to develop transparent methodologies and data models to help textile manufacturing sites quantify the effects of carbon and water. .. By the end of 2021, the new tool will be integrated with STeP by OEKO-TEX®, allowing production sites to calculate carbon emissions.
OEKO-TEX® Webinar: Carbon and Water Footprint in Textile Value Chain
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