ARTA forms Cleanroom Committee to fund reusables life-cycle analysis

June 2013
American Laundry News (American Trade Magazines LLC (ATM));06/01/2013, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the establishment of the American Reusable Textile Association of a Cleanroom Committee to undertake life cycle assessment research on the reusable cleanroom garment industry's behalf.


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