What are the most relevant certifications for printed apparel and fashion?
FESPA’s Head of Associations and Technical Lead speaks to John Murphy, Technical Director Europe at Hohenstein Group about OEKO TEX Standard 100 (Product Labelling) certification scheme and the Ecopassport certifications scheme. Both discuss the steps of implementation to take to become certified and the key risks if you businesses do not invest.
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Standards and certifications are important
Laurel Brunner discusses the importance of quality control and production excellence are important factors to consider for the profit in modern print production. Growing numbers of manufacturers are setting up are creating their own standards and certification programmes.
Points of sustainability progress
Laurel Brunner shares progress that has been made in sustainability across the print sector with a particular look at ISO standards and recycling.
Insite Graphics achieves Tier 5 ESSA Sustainability Accreditation due to sustainable initiatives
Insite Graphics are the go-to industry experts in business event signage and graphics. Here, they share the business’ sustainable initiatives that have helped them gain Tier 5 ESSA Sustainability Accreditation. By sharing these initiatives, they hope they can offer other businesses inspiration to take their first step towards making their own businesses more sustainable.