Apparently as the first company within the outdoor industry, Jack Wolfskin has agreed to join the “Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals” project. In the framework of the program, a member company is required to follow a special collective roadmap for sustainability from now until the year 2020. The to-do list ...
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