With over 72,000 certificates issued for
millions of different individual products and more than 8,000 companies
(October 2008) participating world-wide, the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 is fast becoming the most widely-known
and successful label for textiles tested for harmful substances. The Oeko-Tex
logo is not only a proven aid to the consumer in decision-making but also,
from the manufacturer's point of view, acts as an additional tool for
quality control. The concept has been established throughout the textile
chain as a benchmark for safety and allows testing for possible harmful
substances at all stages of processing.
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story of the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 click here.