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高機能アパレル産業における持続可能性:環境を意識した市場の需要へ対応する

Sustainability in performance apparel: meeting the demands of an eco-conscious marketplace

発行 Textiles Intelligence 商品コード 114760
出版日 ページ情報 英文 43 Pages
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高機能アパレル産業における持続可能性:環境を意識した市場の需要へ対応する Sustainability in performance apparel: meeting the demands of an eco-conscious marketplace
出版日: 2010年02月01日 ページ情報: 英文 43 Pages

当商品の販売は、2016年07月01日を持ちまして終了しました。

概要

当レポートでは、高機能アパレル産業における持続可能性について分析し、繊維・テキスタイル加工、化学物質利および、水・エネルギー利用の環境的影響、環境に優しい繊維・布・染料の利用、持続可能性プログラム、持続可能性品および技術などについて、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

サマリー

イントロダクション

  • 見通し

高性能アパレル産業における持続可能性の課題

繊維生産およびテキスタイル加工の環境的影響:繊維タイプ別

  • 綿
  • ウール
  • 合成繊維
  • セルロース系繊維

高性能アパレル産業における化学物質利用の環境的影響

高性能アパレル産業の輸送・小売りにおける水・エネルギー利用の環境的影響

  • 輸送
  • 小売り

衣料品ケアにおける水・エネルギーの利用

廃棄物発生の環境的影響

  • 消費前の廃棄物
  • 消費後の廃棄物

高性能アパレル産業における労働条件および持続可能性

持続可能性イニシアチブの主な促進要因

  • 環境に対する消費者態度の変化
  • 政府の法律とテキスタイル産業の環境政策に与える影響
  • IPPC(Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control:統合的汚染管理)
  • REACH(Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals:欧州・新化学品規制)
  • NGO(非政府組織)によるキャンペーン

高性能アパレル産業において持続可能性を実現する方法

環境に優しい性質を持つ繊維および布

環境に優しい性質を持つ染料

  • 環境に配慮した染料
  • 繊維に反応する染料
  • 天然染料

環境に優しい布処理

  • 潜在的有害物質の除去

持続可能な衣料品ケア

高性能アパレルのリサイクル

社会的・倫理的基準

持続可能な高性能アパレルの認証・標識

  • Oko-Tex
  • Bluesign
  • Global Organic Textile Standard

主要な高性能アパレルサプライヤーに維持される持続可能性プログラム

  • ADIDAS
  • COLUMBIA SPORTSWEAR
  • NIKE
  • PATAGONIA
  • WALMART

持続可能性品および技術の例

  • ASICS
  • COLOREP,
  • DOW CORNING AND DEVAN CHEMICALS
  • NILIT
  • OPTIMER BRANDS
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY
  • HENRI LLOYD
  • SWANY AMERICA
  • 帝人ファイバー
  • UNIFI

図表

目次

Abstract

The performance apparel industry has often been singled out for the damage its operations cause to the environment, and for the poor working conditions in some of the factories it uses. However, many of the leading brand companies and their suppliers have responded positively to such criticism in a bid to satisfy the demands of an increasingly eco-conscious marketplace. Some firms have gone even further and have shown a genuine commitment to protecting the planet by reducing their carbon footprint and pursuing socially responsible policies in every aspect of their businesses.

Many companies have sought to minimise the impact of their operations on the environment by using recycled materials and offering recyclable products. Some are trying out new materials, processes and technologies which hold the promise of reducing pollution, increasing energy efficiency and minimising waste. A growing number are incorporating less conventional eco-friendly fibres such as bamboo and organic cotton - as well as materials made from biopolymers rather than polymers derived from petrochemicals. Greater attention is being paid to the safety of dyestuffs used in coloration, while emerging technologies such as nanotechnology and plasma technology are providing opportunities for the industry to use more sustainable methods of manufacture.

Consumers are playing their part in reducing the carbon footprint of performance apparel by buying increasing quantities organic clothing, using more eco-friendly clothing care methods, and recycling unwanted garments. Governments, too, are playing an active role in steering the performance apparel industry away from unsustainable practices, while environmental groups and lobbyists are working to ensure that such practices are highly publicised and condemned.

Companies are acknowledging that sustainability has become a necessity rather than an option, given the threat of climate change. Also, they are recognising that they can gain a competitive edge by showing that they are committed to environmentally and socially responsible practices. However, a major challenge is to ensure that such commitment is echoed throughout the industry' s long and highly complex supply chains. Good progress has been made in cleaning up the industry, and the future is bright for those companies which put sustainability high on their agendas. But greater efforts are needed to increase awareness among consumers about the green credentials of the products they buy. Better and more comprehensive labelling could play a greater role in providing such information.

Table of Contents

SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

  • Outlook

CHALLENGES TO SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PERFORMANCE APPAREL INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TEXTILE PROCESSING BY FIBRE TYPE

  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Synthetic fibres
  • Cellulosic fibres

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CHEMICAL USAGE IN THE PERFORMANCE APPAREL INDUSTRY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WATER AND ENERGY USAGE IN THE PERFORMANCE APPAREL INDUSTRY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WATER AND ENERGY USAGE IN THE TRANSPORTATION AND RETAILING OF PERFORMANCE APPAREL

  • Transportation
  • Retailing

WATER AND ENERGY USE IN CLOTHING CARE

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WASTE GENERATION

  • Pre-consumer waste
  • Post-consumer waste

WORKING CONDITIONS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PERFORMANCE APPAREL INDUSTRY

KEY DRIVERS OF SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES

  • Change in consumer attitudes towards the environment
  • Government legislation and its effect on the textile industry' s environmental policies
  • Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC)
  • Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
  • Campaigns by non-governmental organisations (NGOs)

WAYS OF ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PERFORMANCE APPAREL INDUSTRY

FIBRES AND FABRICS WITH ECO-FRIENDLY PROPERTIES

  • Bamboo
  • Biophyl
  • Castor oil seeds
  • Cocona
  • Hemp
  • Ingeo
  • Lenpur
  • Lyocell
  • Milkofil
  • Organic cotton
  • Nettle
  • Recycled polyester
  • S.Cafe
  • Soya silk

DYES WITH ECO-FRIENDLY PROPERTIES

  • Low impact dyes
  • Fibre-reactive dyes
  • Natural dyes

ECO-FRIENDLY FABRIC TREATMENTS

  • Elimination of potentially hazardous substances

SUSTAINABLE CLOTHING CARE

RECYCLING OF PERFORMANCE APPAREL

ETHICAL SOCIAL STANDARDS

  • Ethical Trading Initiative
  • Clean Clothes Campaign
  • Play Fair

CERTIFICATION AND LABELLING OF SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE APPAREL

  • Oko-Tex
  • Bluesign
  • Global Organic Textile Standard

SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAMMES MAINTAINED BY KEY PERFORMANCE APPAREL

SUPPLIERS: ADIDAS, COLUMBIA SPORTSWEAR, NIKE, PATAGONIA AND WALMART

  • Adidas
  • Guidelines and training programmes for suppliers
  • Awards
  • Columbia Sportswear
  • Nike
  • Patagonia
  • Wal-Mart

EXAMPLES OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES FROM ASICS, COLOREP, DOW CORNING AND DEVAN CHEMICALS, NILIT, OPTIMER BRANDS, CORNELL UNIVERSITY, HENRI LLOYD, SWANY AMERICA, TEIJIN FIBERS AND UNIFI

  • Asics: eco-friendly running apparel
  • Colorep: AirDye
  • Dow Corning and Devan Chemicals: eco-friendly textile fabric treatment
  • Nilit: eco-friendly nylon yarn
  • Optimer Brands: eco-friendly yarn
  • Cornell University: recycled cotton fibres
  • Henri Lloyd: recycled jacket
  • Swany America: recyclable ski glove
  • Teijin Fibers: Eco Circle polyester recycling programme
  • Unifi: recycled fibres and yarns

List of tables

  • Table 1: Environmental and social impacts across the life cycle of performance apparel
  • Table 2: Environmental analysis of textile manufacturing
  • Table 3: Chemicals used in fabric production
  • Table 4: Differences between conventional cotton and organic cotton

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Energy profile of a T-shirt
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