In the textile industry, the importance of performance in sustainable materials cannot be overstated.
Complying with France's AGEC 2022-748 & BEYOND
The AGEC Décret n° 2022-748 Law enforces Article 541-9-1 of the environment code, requiring companies to inform consumers about the environmental impact of several categories of waste-producing products, including textiles, apparel and footwear.
The Anti-Waste for a Circular Economy (AGEC) Law was adopted on February 10th, 2020, and this decree was promulgated on April 29th, 2022.
The disclosure requirements will be gradually enforced from January 1st, 2023, contingent on the quantity of products sold in the French market that are subject to the disclosure obligations.
Texbase delivers data management solutions today for all of the disclosure requirements listed below and creates the foundation that solves for future digital product passport, digital labeling and circularity regulations.
|Disclosure Requirements from Article L541-9-1
|How Texbase Helps Solve Data Management Challenges
|Quantify Amount of Recycled Material Content
|Communicate Extent of Product Recyclability
|Identify Hazardous Substances (or lack thereof)
|Disclose Creation of Microplastics
|Identify Country of Supply Chain Partners for Apparel and Footwear Transparency
- Available to the consumer at the point of purchase and
- Available for data aggregation with other systems.
Texbase provides access to this data via API which can be linked to a QR code.
How are you preparing to meet the demands of AGEC? We're anxious to learn more about your requirements in this area.
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