Leading clothing brands disappoint Greenpeace
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Leading clothing brands disappoint Greenpeace

Environmental organization, found out which of the manufacturers of clothing uses the services of dirty Chinese enterprises. We are talking about factories and factories that pollute the environment. According to fashionunited with reference to Reuters, Adidas, Nike, Calvin Klein, Lacoste and a number of other companies were included in the list of partners of two enterprises near Hong Kong, which are recognized as "unclean" by ecologists. In particular, representatives of Adidas expressed doubt that the level of dirty emissions at these plants is too high. And Nike said that no dangerous chemicals were used to produce their goods. Other retailers have not yet commented on these allegations. Meanwhile, environmentalists are sure that responsibility for environmental pollution should be borne not only by Chinese manufacturers, but also by international companies using their services.
Environmental organization, found out which of the manufacturers of clothing uses the services of dirty Chinese enterprises.

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