Solidaridad Guidebook Wet Processing

One of the nine themes of the Dutch Agreement for Sustainable Garments and Textiles is water pollution and use of chemicals, water and energy. This guidebook looks at the challenges and consequences of this process, and considers the various areas where environmental impacts can be addressed throughout a garment’s value chain; from growing or producing fibres, spinning and weaving processes, wet processes such as dyeing and washing, cut and trim, all the way to how the consumer takes care of the garment.

You can view and download this document here: Solidaridad Guidebook Wet Processing.

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