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Trousers, shorts and slacks and similar garments

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This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of trousers, shorts and slacks and similar garments corresponding to the Combined Nomenclature (CN) codes 6103, 6104, 6203 and 6204, the NACE/CPA code C14.1, and the declaration of this performance by an EPD®. The product category is a sub-category to the UN CPC code 282 Wearing apparel, except fur apparel corresponding to the two-digit C 14.1 CPA code.

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This document was one of four PCR for apparel developed together.

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PCR updated 2019-08-18

Version 1.01 of the PCR was published.

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Name: Trousers, shorts and slacks and similar garments
CPC Codes:282 Wearing apparel, except fur apparel
Date of publication: 2019-02-25
Registration number: 2019:06
Date of expiration: 2023-02-25
Version: 1.01
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Based on: PCR Basic Module: Knitted or crocheted fabrics; wearing apparel
Related PCR: Jackets, coats and other similar outdoor garments
Sweaters, jerseys, pullovers, cardigans, fleeces and similar garments
T-shirts, tops, singlets and other vests
Other contributors:

Miljögiraff

Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: PRé Sustainability, Fristads AB, Outdoor Industry Association (OIA), RISE IVF AB
Appointed PCR moderator: Sandra Roos  RISE IVF AB

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