Sustainable Textile Solutions

This is a website for Sustainable Textile Solutions (STS). The STS programs comprise three main components: consultancy, auditing, and capacity building. These are designed as bespoke programs to meet the individual requirements of each client.

SOURCE: Sustainable Textile Solutions, a Member of BluWin Ltd.


This is a website page explaining DETOX TO ZERO by OEKO-TEX®. DETOX TO ZERO is an efficient verification system for the textile and leather industry which aims to implement the criteria of the Greenpeace DETOX Campaign within production facilities. In this case, instead of certification, there is an analysis tool for the optimization and monitoring of chemicals management and wastewater quality.



This is a website for the company Bhive, an application that helps factories make mindful decisions on chemical usage. How it works: scan and upload chemicals into smart inventory, view smart inventory, & phase out high-risk chemicals for a cleaner future. See the website for a demo.

Urban Wastewater Directive Overview

This is a report that outlines the 1991 Council Directive of the European Commission concerning urban waste-water treatment. 

SOURCE: European Commission

Textile Industry Wastewater Discharge Quality Standards

This is a document by the ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) written in 2015 that contains a literature review of the textile industry wastewater discharge quality standards. The ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) is a group of apparel and footwear brands and retailers working together to lead the industry towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals.

SOURCE: Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals Programme (ZDHC)

Philippine Regulations on Sanitation and Wastewater Systems

This is a book from 2006 that complies Philippine Regulations on Sanitation and Wastewater Systems. Pertinent documents included here were obtained from existing laws, regulations, and standards such as Republic Acts, Presidential Decrees, Board Resolutions, Administrative Orders, Implementing Rules and Regulations, and other relevant statutes which are packaged in chronological order to track down the sequence of policy development. This compilation is also intended for the use of other related professionals, local government units, planning officers, researchers, policy makers, teachers, consultants (local and international), business firms, board exam reviewees, students, and the public in general who may be interested in the field of sanitation and wastewater systems, environmental health and environmental management. 

SOURCE: B.B. Magtibay’s Publishing House