International environmental textile testing agency will promote its leather standards at the German shoe fair
The International Textile Research and Testing Agency (Oeko-Tex) will promote its leather standards at the 4th German Düsseldorf shoe fair. The Düsseldorf shoe fair will be held in Düsseldorf from March 10th to 12th. The husband held.
According to the schedule of the exhibition, Oeko-Tex will introduce the leather standard on the afternoon of March 11. At that time, major footwear brand retailers and buyers will attend the conference, where leather manufacturers can prove to consumers that their leather products are sustainable.
Oeko-Tex launched the leather standard in 2017, which complies with important legal regulations and tests for harmful health chemicals in products. According to the standard, leather products need to pass heavy metals such as formaldehyde, hexavalent chromium, arsenic, lead and cadmium, pesticides, chlorinated phenols, phthalates, preservatives, perfluorooctane sulfonate, perfluorooctanoic acid and banned The detection of azo dyes and other dyes is only certified.