Greenpeace forces H&M to detox its textile supply chain, 2011
On 12 July 2011 Greenpeace released a report titled
“Dirty Laundry” naming H&M as the largest clothing manufacturer amongst a
number of international brands linked to textile manufacturing facilities in
Indonesia and China discharging hazardous chemicals local water systems. The facilities’ discharge waters had dangerous
levels of caustic and hazardous substances present, including endocrine
disruptor nonylphenol and solvent tribuyl phosphate.