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Shoot: Detox: Labory testings of outdoor clothes 2016 - Clipreel

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Munich, 25 January 2016: Hazardous and persistent chemicals have been found in the products of leading outdoor brands. Brands like The North Face, Patagonia, Mammut, Columbia and Haglofs keep using PFCs (per- and polyfluorinated chemicals) to make their gear waterproof despite their claims of sustainability and love for nature, a new Greenpeace Germany report reveals. The report “Leaving Traces. The hidden hazardous chemicals in outdoor gear” was presented at a press conference at ISPO Munich, the biggest outdoor trade show in Europe. Greenpeace tested 40 products purchased in 19 different countries and regions. Footage shows test of sleeping bag at Bremen Environmental Institute. Statements: Manfred Santen, Greenpeace-Germany toxics expert.
Detox Labory Testings of Outdoor Clothes 2016 - Clipreel
29 Nov, 2015
Detox Labory Testings of Outdoor Clothes 2016 - Clipreel
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