Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Swimsuit-Laboratory-Test-in-Bremen-27MZIFVCGNEM.htmlConceptually similarSwimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WINCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WIOCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WISCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WI8Completed★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WIFCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WIQCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WIMCompleted★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WI9Completed★★★★Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenGP04WIPCompleted★★★★View AllGP04WITSwimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenTesting of chemicals in Puma swimsuits at the laboratory of the Bremen Environmental Institute in Germany. Greenpeace investigates on the presence of chemicals in shorts and swimsuits made by sports clothing manufacturers Adidas, Nike, Puma and Chiemsee.In original language:Detox Badebekleidung im LaborUntersuchung von Badebekleidung (Badeanzug und Badehosen) der Hersteller Adidas, Nike, Puma und Chiemsee in einem Labor des Bremer Umweltinstituts. Die Proben werden auf Schadstoffe untersucht. Puma Label.Locations:Bremen-Europe-GermanyDate:18 Sep, 2013Credit:© Marcus Meyer / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5120px X 3413pxKeywords:Close ups-Clothing-Detox (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Laboratories-PFCs-Product shots-Research-Samples-Testing-Textile industryShoot:Swimsuit Laboratory Test in BremenThe Bremen Environmental Institute laboratory in Germany does research on the presence of chemicals in shorts and swimsuits made by sports wear brands like Adidas and Chiemsee. In July 2011 Greenpeace launched the Detox campaign, challenging Nike and Adidas to be the first clean water champions by teaming up with their suppliers and eliminating all toxic, persistent and hormone-disrupting chemicals from their products and production processes. Adidas, Nike and Puma have made transformational commitments to eliminate discharges of hazardous chemicals across all their product lifecycles by 2020.