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OEKO-TEX® New Regulations 2022
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Will OEKO-TEX® ECO PASSPORT certified chemicals meet all classes (I-IV) of OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100?

Yes, ECO PASSPORT certified chemicals meet all product classes of STANDARD 100 (see ANNEX 4 & 6). Under some circumstances the ECO PASSPORT certificate will have restrictions which are shown transparently. The specified parameters have to be checked on the finished textiles and leathers.

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Can OEKO-TEX® STeP certified companies use the STeP label on their products?

No. The OEKO-TEX® STeP label with your individual certificate number must not be used for product labelling. According to our terms of use, you are only allowed to use the STeP label for B2B communication. More information on the use of the STeP label and our consumer labels OEKO-TEX® MADE IN GREEN, OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 and OEKO-TEX® LEATHER STANDARD can be found in our OEKO-TEX® labelling guide.

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OEKO-TEX® New Regulations 2021
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Summer Safety Starts with Our Skin
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OEKO-TEX® New Regulations 2021
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OEKO-TEX® New regulations 2024 press release
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What is tested during the OEKO-TEX® ORGANIC COTTON certification process?

The full test program of the OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 is carried out to ensure product safety. In addition, tests for GMOs and pesticides are carried out to ensure organic farming. OEKO-TEX® has developed a new quantitative GMO test, which allows to differentiate contamination from mixing in conventional cotton on purpose. In case of a failed qualitative GMO test the quantitative GMO test allows us to check if the failure was due to contamination or not.

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Conscious Chatter Podcast: OEKO-TEX®, green chemistry & navigating the nuances of product labels
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OEKO-TEX® Test Criteria 2019 – New regulations finally entered into force on 1 April