Truths and lies about the leather

Around the leather industry are made plenty of assertions, en muchos casos no todas ciertas. Animals are bred for tanning their skins? The leather can be recycled? How clean is the tanning of skins? What is the carbon footprint of the production of leather? To respond to these and many other questions, Leather Naturally, initiative in defence of the leather, ha elaborado un documento that it reveals what's true and what's false about all what they say of the leather industry.

For more information, You can read the full article of the magazine Lederpiel in:

Tanning Imerco at Lineapelle London

Dear Mr/SARS.:

It is a pleasure for us to invite you to visit the stand of Lineapelle London next 9 July.

We are happy to introduce innovations for next season:

AUTUMN/WINTER 2020-21

We look forward to your visit in:

HAM YARD HOTEL

ONE HAM YARD
LONDON – W1D 7DT

Booth N ° 30 – The Croc

Schedule of 10 a 17.30 hours.

With the growing concern of the fashion industry con respecto a la presencia de cromo (VI) articles of leather, the Confederation of national associations of tanners and dressers of the European Community (Cotance) He has released a circular to rebut the alarmist hoaxes about the use of the chromium salts for tanning skins. Bajo el título de Why not should we concern us by chrome?, Cotance text stresses that "between a» 85 and a 90 per cent of all furs in the world are tanned with chromium (III)», It is extremely versatile; used for all skin types; is easy to use, precise and safe, and it shortens both the time of the tanning process and the chemicals used in the.

For further information, You can see the full article on the website of Lederpiel, by clicking the following link: