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Sloggi claims that the chemical-free fabric, which it developed in partnership with Taiwanese firm Singtex Industries, not only wicks away moisture and absorbs odors, but it also protects against ultraviolet rays.

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Triumph, Sloggi’s parent company, is no slouch in the “going green” department, either. The lingerie manufacturer announced in 2012 that Oeko-Tex certified its entire catalogue of underpinnings free of more than 300 harmful substances—including pesticides, extractable heavy metals, formaldehyde, carcinogenic dyestuffs, and residual surfactants.

In Japan, Triumph initiated a scheme to recycle old bras in power-generating fuel.

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