Toxic Threads: Polluting Paradise Latest Greenpeace Report on the Fashion Industry

Toxic Threads Polluting Paradise Greenpeace Report

Greenpeace has released its latest report on the toxic life of the fashion industry. This latest report exposes Gap, Brooks Brothers and Adidas for working with PT Gistex factory which dumps toxic wastewater in Indonesia waterways. The facility does polyester weaving and wet processing for these fashion brands. Greenpeace found chemicals in the water that according to the EPA are highly toxic to aquatic organisms.

Full Report

Gap Dumping Toxic Wastewater, Greenpeace Says

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