Latest Detox message goes global: toxic-free fashion everywhere!

Greenpeace's Detox campaign is calling for a commitment from major brands to achieve a zero discharge level of all hazardous chemicals by 2020.

Greenpeace activists scale the GAP store front in Taipei, Taiwan, unfurling a 3-meter long banner reading “GAP, Detox Now!” during the company’s ribbon-cutting ceremony. GAP receives the 2014 Public Eye Awards, on account of its lack of responsibility in dealing with workers’ safety. In recent reports by Greenpeace, samples from GAP also found residue of hazardous chemicals. According to Greenpeace’s investigation, the water sample from GAP’s supplier in Indonesia also contains NP, antimony and tributylphosphate, resembling a “chemical cocktail".

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