Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Emporio-Armani-Product-Contains-Chemicals-27MZIFVVP8CL.htmlConceptually similarCalvin Klein Product Contains ChemicalsGP04C3ZCompleted★★★★Metersbonwe's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04C4LCompleted★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04CM6Completed★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04CM9Completed★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04C4JCompleted★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04CMBCompleted★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04CMDCompleted★★★★Calvin Klein Product Contains ChemicalsGP04C3YCompleted★★★★Zara's Product Contains ChemicalsGP04C4KCompleted★★★★View AllGP04C3OEmporio Armani Product Contains ChemicalsThis black men's shirt was tested as part of the Greenpeace 'Detox' campaign. This product contains nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), which break down in the environment to form toxic, hormone-disrupting chemicals.Date:30 Apr, 2012Credit:© Alex Stoneman / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3743px X 5000pxKeywords:Chemical industry-Chemicals-Clothing-Cut outs-Detox (campaign title)-Emporio Armani (fashion brand)-Fashion-KWCI (GPI)-Pollutants-Product shots-Products-Textile industry-Water pollutionShoot:Products Tested for 'Toxic Threads' ReportImages of products tested for the Detox campaign. The products are featured in the Greenpeace report entitled "Toxic Threads - The Big Fashion Stitch-Up" detailing how big brands are forcing consumers to buy clothes that contain hazardous chemicals and that contribute toward toxic water pollution both when they are made, and when they are washed. A total of 141 items of clothing were purchased in April 2012 in 29 countries and regions worldwide from authorised retailers. The chemicals found included high levels of toxic phthalates in four of the garments, and cancer-causing amines from the use of certain azo dyes in two garments. NPEs were found in 89 garments (just under two thirds of those tested), showing little difference from the results of the previous investigation into the presence of these substances in sports clothing that was conducted in 2011. In addition, the presence of many other different types of potentially hazardous industrial chemicals was discovered across a number of the products tested.