The textile industry has historically been associated with environmentally and animal welfare-damaging processing issues and complex social compliance issues, such as child labor, worker wages and benefits, as well as health and safety issues.
Because of this, the demand for certified and sustainable products is growing. certified and sustainable.

Public awareness and demand for traceability has increased, and numerous global brands have an exclusive fashion collection made from certified sustainable content derived from organic, recycled or sustainable material.

Control Union has been instrumental in helping the textile industry meet the requirements of these standards.

For example, the EKO sustainable textile standard, developed by Control Union, was the first standard for the textile industry to address the issue of sustainability. Control Union also played an active role in the development of the Responsible Use of Down Standard (RDS).
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