Sustainability of textile, apparel & fashion industry

Sustainability impacts of chemicals used in textiles

Sustainability is the responsible management of resources to meet present needs in textile processing field without compromising the ability of future generations to meet... Read More

FWF and Better Work jointly work in Bangladesh & Vietnam improving working conditions

Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) and Better Work are going to enter in a partnership to improve working conditions in garment factories which will ultimately... Read More

The 2017 PFM benchmark survey open until 6 June

The 2017 PFM Benchmark survey of Textile Exchange has began on 11 May both for existing and new participants. Textile Exchange invites all brands... Read More
Figure 2: Garment products and food products are packed for quality testing.

‘Jute poly bag’ discovered by Dr. Mubarak could begin a new era of reviving...

When the world is anxious about ecological impact of polyethene and polypropylene bags right then people are going to get a solution for it... Read More

Accord launches direct financial support program for factories and wants to stay 3 more...

Four years on, the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, a platform of European retailers and brands, significantly improved unresolved safety hazards... Read More

Northern Tosrifa Group – a step ahead to launch a green project

Mohim Hassan, the CEO & Managing Director of Northern Tosrifa Group (NTG), started his career as an entrepreneur with Northern Corporation Limited in the... Read More

Bangladesh RMG industry is transforming into one of the safest in the world learning...

Four years ago, on 24th April 2013, the Ready Made Garments (RMG) industry of Bangladesh was severely trembled by the Rana Plaza factory collapse... Read More
Global Organic Textile Standard- GOTS

Bangladesh attains 1st position in increase of GOTS certification in 2016

Bangladesh has attained the first position in terms of adopting the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification in textile industry as the number of... Read More
technologies limiting the wastage of water

Textile millers should adopt new technologies limiting the wastage of water

‘Water’ means ‘life’, as life of human being depends on having access to water. This water is being continuously polluted by various industries including... Read More
Figure 1: Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety country director Jim Moriarty speaks at a press conference at the Lakeshore Hotel in the capital Dhaka on Tuesday.

140 safety committees formed in Alliance factories

Bangladesh's garment industry is transforming from one of the most dangerous in the world to one of the safest. James F Moriarty, Country Director... Read More

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