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PFAS “forever chemicals” found in rain jackets, hiking pants, mattress pads, comforters, napkins & tablecloths. Report also reveals PFAS-free items are in use.
"Our testing finds continued, unnecessary use of the toxic chemicals known as PFAS in outdoor clothing and home furnishings like bedding and tablecloths." Erika Schreder, study author and science director for Toxic-Free Future
“Rain jackets shouldn't cause cancer—but for some of us, that just might be the case,” said Emily Donovan, co-founder of Clean Cape Fear. “These companies sold a convenience product to consumers without fully disclosing the toxic trade-off. In my region of North Carolina, our drinking water has been severely contaminated from the manufacture of PFAS chemicals. No one's drinking water should be contaminated for a rain jacket.”
The study also reveals that manufacturers have been using a mixture of PFAS, including compounds currently banned in other countries. Testing found both older PFAS, already banned in the European Union and phased out by major U.S. manufacturers, as well as newer PFAS. Although the newer PFAS compounds are commonly believed to be the most in use, 74% of items with PFAS tested positive for the older PFAS.
“PFAS contamination of the Arctic poses a particular threat to the health of Indigenous peoples who are reliant on traditional foods as essential to their physical, spiritual, and cultural sustenance,” said Pamela Miller, executive director of Alaska Community Action on Toxics and co-chair of the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN). “It is time to stop this terrible injustice, hold manufacturers accountable, and urgently establish national and international bans for the entire class of PFAS.”
The study found items in each category that were marketed as stain- and/or water-resistant yet appeared to be free of PFAS. “Some companies are using PFAS-free alternatives, but until regulations ban PFAS in products, these dangerous chemicals will continue to be used in our raincoats and bedding,” said Laurie Valeriano, executive director of Toxic-Free Future. "We need urgent action at the state and federal levels to solve the PFAS crisis, including by quickly stopping its use in products we wear and use in our homes.” The report also provides recommendations on what consumers can do and how manufacturers, retailers, and state and federal leaders can act to bring a swift end to the use of toxic “forever chemicals.”
The study comes during a national campaign calling on REI and other retailers to ban PFAS in outdoor apparel and other textiles. Since November 2021, more than 60,000 REI customers have signed petitions and sent e-mails to the REI CEO and Board calling for action on PFAS. In December, a group of more than 100 local, state, and national organizations sent a letter to REI calling on the company to lead the outdoor apparel industry in a bold transition away from the entire class of PFAS.
'Station to Station' Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Sets Album Details and February Release - Music by Francis McGrath
The album will feature extended tracks from Francis McGrath's award-winning electronic score and all three original songs heard in the breakout indie drama.
"Francis McGrath's music is a big part of how 'Station to Station' managed to punch so far above its own weight. I'm not surprised by demand for a full soundtrack and we're very happy to deliver one."
Benjamin Bryant, 'Station to Station' Writer & Director
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Ideas & Innovations (I&I) Gift Card Kiosk Platform has been awarded The Most Trusted Kiosk Solution Provider for 2022
I&I's in-retail self-service kiosks are true Market Disrupters that enhance the consumer experience with incremental categories and deliverables on-demand!
I&I also uses our proprietary targeted advertising technology on our gift card kiosks' secondary screens that offer consumers numerous promotional options. These promotional programs are used to drive consumer brand awareness at retail with special discounts and couponing through our participating gift card brands. We are also able to offer retailers regional gift card programs targeting select “local or regional brands” (traditionally only offered in wholesale clubs during the holiday season) and, now, business-to-business bulk card programs printed on demand at retail.
This enhanced self-service, in store shopping experience supports our kiosks at retail as market disruptors with gift and entertainment cards printed on demand and authorized in less than 25 seconds. Through all of our exclusive partnerships, I&I can now deliver best-in-class retail kiosk solutions across multiple categories with greatly reduced fraud. However, I&I is always open and looking for new partnerships to continue to enhance the consumer's experience at retail.
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Isthara acquires Letsmobility to bolster digitization in the Co-living, Proptech and Foodtech Services
"Through Letsmobility’s flagship product- Livet, Isthara aims to digitize operations and revolutionize the way residents engage with their co-living and smart food court segments." Gilbert James
Zuar, a leader in business intelligence, announces that Jennifer Crane will join Zuar as its new CFO. Co-Founder Kevin Stellner is named Executive Director.
"Our exponential success in the last two years has made it clear: we need to prepare now for our next stage of growth." Whitney Myers, CEO, Zuar Inc.
Zuar is an Austin, Texas-based business intelligence firm. This Inc 5000 company is dedicated to helping organizations connect their data silos, and reduce friction in the process of creating and sharing business insights. The firm’s Mitto solution gets data flowing from hundreds of potential sources into a single destination for analytics. Zuar also provides a white-label visualization solution that allows companies to monetize their data and provide secure dashboard access to each audience they serve.
For more information visit https://www.zuar.com.
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With increased purchasing power, more hoteliers are investing in POS billing software for restaurants and utilizing their full potential.
"POS billing software captures changing customer preferences and helps businesses with contactless payments, dining, and forecasting trends."
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Intimate Wear Market is Estimated at $325.36 Billion by the End of 2025 | L Brand Inc., Berkshire Hathaway Inc
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According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, Intimate Wear Market by Gender (Women and Men), Age Group (1317 Years, 1835 Years, and 36 Years & Above), Price (Luxury, Super-Premium, Premium, Medium, Economy, and Low), Distribution Channel (Mass Merchandizers, Mono brand Stores, Specialized Stores, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018-2025 the global intimate wear market is expected to generate $325.36 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 8.1% from 2018 to 2025. In 2017, Asia-Pacific led the intimate wear market, followed by North America. Growth in the region is supplemented by increase in national per capita disposable income and growth in fashion consciousness among the young generation.