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Behind Brandix’s Plan for Net Zero Carbon Apparel Manufacturing

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Brandix is on a path toward becoming a net-zero carbon operation across its apparel production activities through an investment in solar power. In 2019, the Sri Lankan company’s Batticaloa plant became the first apparel manufacturing facility in the world to achieve Net Zero Carbon certification. The factory has a 1.65-megawatt rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) plant…

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