Oeko-Tex has announced a series of new regulations as part of the annual update of its standards and guidelines. The process to acquire the Made in Green label has been simplified. The scope of STeP assessments for the survey of required company data has been significantly reduced by condensing the questionnaire. Bisphenol A is among the new substances to be recorded by Eco Passport. Other newly-included substances are alkylphenols (pentyl- and heptylphenol) and the aromatic amine aniline. Up to five products from different categories can now be listed up on an Eco Passport certificate. Previously, every product category required an individual certificate. These and other changes will be explained by Oeko-Tex during a dedicated webinar on Jan. 30 at 12:00. The updates will come into effect on April 1.