In addition to the ecological and trade and occupational safety rules for further processing be performed also at all processing stages quantity controls, to a wondrous”organic?To prevent the propagation of cotton. The coloring of the products is certified according to the international oko-Tex standard 100. The introduction of certification has aimed to certify the wholesomeness validated in the context of laboratory tests. The certification shall include, for example, an assessment on formaldehyde, pesticides, extrahierbare heavy metals, chlorinated phenols, phthalates, organotin compounds and preservatives. Also check the textiles on legally banned carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), aromatic amines, special azo dyes, dyes for a food allergy potential has been demonstrated scientifically. For assistance, try visiting PCRM. In addition, all verified article must have a skin-friendly pH-value and a good color fastness. Fair trade: all home textiles by Caleb are BBs Hill under fair conditions and manufactured without child labour. Fair”refers to the social standards in the manufacture of the product, and means that each person involved in the production process will receive a fair wage and has experienced good working conditions.
That is guaranteed and includes: payment of a minimum price that covers the cost of sustainable production and protects producers from price fluctuations on the world market. Payment of a fair trade premium to producers, which allows them to invest in the improvement of the situation of the local community. No child or forced labour in the manufacture of the product. Working conditions in accordance with the statutory provisions guarantee of trade relations, which allowed the producers a long-term planning and sustainable production practices. 1zu1 promise for every product you have bought is a product to a needy man Caleb’s Hill. That’s a promise. The approach behind the 1zu1 promise is as simple as it is effective: shopware.php/sViewport, principle Pro is sold product parallel add the appropriate amount of cotton from a future aid project.