Go Green

The textile industry is considered as the most ecologically harmful industry in the world. The eco-problems in textile industry occur during some production processes and are carried forward right to the finished product. In the production process like bleaching and then dyeing, the subsequent fabric makes a toxin that swells into our ecosystem. During the production process controlling pollution is as vital as making a product free from the toxic effect.

Addressing the global health threats posed by the textile industry is a daunting challenge, even with more than 35 years of environmental victories under your belt. Yet this challenge spurred NRDC’s team of health experts to pioneer market-based approaches that will help solve global industrial pollution problems associated with apparel while improving the bottom line.