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  Top Fashion Houses Found Buying From Highly Polluting Factories In Asia

Top Fashion Houses Found Buying From Highly Polluting Factories In Asia

by The Daily Eye Team June 23 2017, 4:06 pm

Global fashion brands including H&M, Zara and Marks & Spencer are buying material produced in factories that devastate peoples’ health in Indonesia, China and India, a new investigation has found. Toxic run-off from the manufacture of viscose, a supposedly environmentally friendly fibre used to make clothes, is contaminating water supplies and has been linked to increased risk of cancer. Viscose is a plant-based fibre which means it is sometimes promoted as an ethical choice for consumers. However, most viscose is currently produced using a highly chemical-intensive process, according to the campaign group the Changing Markets Foundation.

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