Sustainability of textile, apparel & fashion industry

Figure: Turkey’s textile industry.

Turkey incorporates ‘EU Eco Label’ certification system for sustainability

Turkey has the world's 13th largest GDP by PPP and 17th largest nominal GDP and the country is among the founding members of the... Read More

LEED Platinum certified ‘Echotex’, a role model Bangladesh factory

Textile and Apparel industry is a pride of Bangladesh, which has become the driving force of the national economy today, after walking on a... Read More
Figure: Four winners of Kering Awards for sustainable fashion.

4 LCF students get Kering awards for sustainable fashion

Four students of London College of Fashion (LCF) have achieved the 2017 Kering Awards for Sustainable Fashion. Kering, a global luxury group develops an... Read More

Huntsman launches non-fluorinated durable water repellents for textile

Huntsman Textile Effects has introduced the new PHOBOTEX® RSY non-fluorinated durable water repellent (DWR) standard for repellency especially on high-performance synthetic textiles on 15... Read More
Figure: Distinguished guests were present in the seminar.

MBSTU hosts seminar on Sustainability

A seminar, organized by Department of Textile Engineering (DTE) of Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University (MBSTU) and presided by Dr. Md. Iqbal Mahmud,... Read More
Figure: Reazuddin Al Mamun, Managing Director, Epyllion Group was present at the event.

Epyllion Group promotes health consciousness to achieve SDG goals

Epyllion Group, one of the leading garments exporters, is working to promote good health and happiness under their CSR activities and recently it observed... Read More

Oeko-Tex survey reveals 66% consumers feel the actions of an individual can reverse climate...

The OEKO-TEX® Association, in commemoration of its 25th anniversary, revealed a global research study to assess consumer attitudes about textile sustainability titled ‘The Key... Read More
Figure2: Traffic Jam at highway road.

Losing working hours for traffic jam at industrial zones

Bangladesh Garments Manufacturing and Exporters Association (BGMEA) wants quick solution of traffic jam at garments industrial zones. BGMEA president Siddiqur Rahman said, “We are... Read More
Figure 2: The panel tried to reach to the answers to some basic questions around sustainability. (L-R) Tareq Amin, Editor & Publisher, Textile Today, Engr. Salim Reza, Executive Director, Devine Textiles, Shaheen Mahmud, Chairman, Cotton Group, Engr. Md. Shafiqur Rahaman, President, ITET, Managing Director, HAMS Group, Mathias Foessel CEO, Beyond Surface Technologies, Ketan Deshi, Managing Director, Britacel Silicones Ltd.

Sustainability redefined, re-integrated and breakthrough chemical solutions presented

Use of eco-friendly chemicals and more renewable raw materials in textiles, leathers and plastic processing are very essential that would reduce impact on the... Read More
Figure 2: MA Jabbar, Managing Director, DBL Group

Green production methods save $4.67 million every year for DBL Group

DBL Group, one of the leading garment exporters in Bangladesh, embraced green methods in a big way and is now reaping the benefits. According... Read More
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