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Carbon assessment in jeans manufacturing from Hong Kong apparel manufacturing sector

Updated : 2013

Stakeholders

  • EHS professionals
  • Energy management professionals
  • Production professionals
  • Textile industry sustainability professionals

The textile and apparel industry consume a large share of raw materials and energy consumption in their manufacturing locations. Pilot factories from the manufacturing sector of major cotton products have been invited to this case study, that aims to help them build their low carbon competitive advantages by identifying carbon emission reduction opportunities.

This document demonstratese 5 pilot reports in jeans manufacturing supply chain, including spinning, dyeing, weaving, finishing, garment manufacturing and washing. Four internal carbon assessment tools were adopted to quantitatively monitor the pilot factories’ GHG emissions levels and qualitatively position the potential carbon reduction opportunities.

Read More: Apparel supply chain - Carbon assessment about jeans production

Geography

| Hong Kong

Year

2013

Product Category

  • Fabric
  • Trousers and jeans
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