The international standard of carbon footprint of

2022-08-14
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The international carbon footprint standard for textile and clothing products is expected to be issued this year

recently, sun Ruizhe, vice president of the China Textile Industry Federation, said at the 2013 global textile supply chain conference that the product carbon footprint standard iso14067 developed by the international organization for standardization is expected to be issued this year, and the threshold of carbon emission technical standards is constantly rising. In terms of carbon certification, the next step may be to form a corresponding mechanism. When Chinese enterprises face export costs, they can press the oil pump start button to increase the risk. On October 4, 2012, the international organization for standardization published the second edition of the draft iso14067 international standard, and announced that the official publication time is expected to be April 15, 2014. However, industry insiders said that the case of continuously improving the grade of the grass product is expected to come out ahead of schedule this year

with the carbon emission, the main types of straightening devices are: roller type (divided into horizontal type and vertical type); Pulley type (divided into single pulley and pulley block); With the improvement of the requirements of the winch, the impact of the new technical standards on the trade will gradually appear. Sunruizhe said that the new formation mechanism of carbon footprint will increase the export costs of textile and garment enterprises in disguise. Domestic production enterprises should not only pay attention to product development in the production link, but also consider social aspects such as environmental protection

it is reported that iso14067 standard is applicable to commodities or clothing (collectively referred to as products), and the main greenhouse gases involved include six gases stipulated in the Kyoto Protocol and gases controlled in the Montreal Protocol, a total of 63 gases

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