The textile industry is increasingly becoming aware of the problem of fiber fragmentation and its potential as a serious environmental pollutant. Established in 2018, TMC’s goal, according to SGS, is to facilitate the development of practical solutions for the industry to minimize fiber fragmentation and release into the environment from fiber manufacturing to product lifecycle. Is to do.
Collaboration with SGS will provide TMC brand, retail, and supplier members with bespoke support and standardized testing services. In the media, SGS leverages its global network of test labs in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Taipei, etc. to give members access to test services that help them understand their requirements, while at the same time demonstrating environmental responsibility and supply chains. It states that it will improve overall sustainability. statement.
“Become TMC’s first approved third-party laboratory and work with TMC members and the broader textile and apparel industry to take the practical steps necessary to accelerate the reduction of fiber fragmentation. We welcome the opportunity to help with this, “SGS said in a statement, Yvonneze, vice president of global softline.
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SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, is officially recognized as a third-party lab member and will soon extend its fiber fragmentation testing services beyond consortium member organizations. Based in Switzerland, SGS is recognized as a global benchmark for quality and integrity.
Swiss testing firm SGS nominated by TMC as a third-party lab member
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