As consumers become more aware of green and health and […]
As consumers become more aware of green and health and safety, more and more customers are demanding products that meet environmental, health and safety requirements. Textiles that are ecologically compatible with production, consumption, and processing, that is, eco-textiles. Eco-textiles emphasize that people's health is harmless, the degree of environmental pollution is small, and they meet the regeneration needs of resource protection. Taking the perspective of human health and living environment as the starting point, eco-textiles should meet the following requirements: they will not cause harm to the health of workers during the production process; they will not cause harm to human health during the wearing process; harm.
On August 5, 2014, the Global Recycling Standard for Textiles and Apparel (GRS) version 3.0 was promulgated. The global recycling standard for textiles and garments was originally formulated by the Dutch Control Union. It was implemented in November 2008 and is used for the recycling of used textiles. Established third-party certification standards. In January 2011, the Dutch Control Union transferred the copyright of the global recycling standard for textiles and apparel to the world's most influential US textile exchange.