The purpose of the Integrity Platform at Textile Exchange is to ensure that all of the work that is done towards sustainability in the textile industry is genuine and leads to real and meaningful change. The primary way that this is accomplished is through third-party certification to Textile Exchange's standards. Textile Exchange creates, administrates, revises, and provides guidance for these standards.


Textile Exchange STANDARDS

We believe that integrity is the foundation of sustainability. Our standards work to support the integrity of product claims by providing verification from an independent third-party. The Textile Exchange standards have been developed by a multi-stakeholder approach to address gaps in current industry standards.

Textile Exchange follows the ISEAL Codes of Good Practice for standard-setting bodies to ensure we have a robust and transparent processes for our standards. This includes set policies for Standard Setting, Accreditation and Certification. The following "System Reports" summarize the basic structure of our standard systems: - Textile Exchange Standard Setting System - Textile Exchange Assurance System - Textile Exchange Monitoring and Evaluation System Learn more about each of our standards below. Each includes the standard and accompanying documents. See a full list of all publicly shared Textile Exchange standards documents here. 2020 REVISIONS - In 2020, Textile Exchange has completed the revision of the Organic Content Standard and Responsible Wool Standard, and released the new Responsible Mohair Standard. We will soon launch the revision of the Content Claim Standard.

Certification Documents

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Last Update: May 6, 2020

Please note that this list is based on the most recent reports sent to us by the certification bodies.

How to Search:
The table can be filtered through any of the fields listed below, or by typing keywords into the "search" field located at the top right of the table.

  • Type 'RDS', 'RWS', 'RMS', 'OCS', 'RCS', or 'GRS' in the "Standard" field to filter and view a single standard.
  • If you are looking for a specific reference number (may also be called project number or reference number) or company in the below table, use the filter function to search within the "Cert No." field.
  • Excel, CSV, or PDF reports can be dowloaded before or after filtering your search.
  • Companies whose certification is past the validity date are highlighted in red; please contact the appropriate Certification Body (Certifier) to check the validity of a certified company as they may have renewed, but not yet reported this to Textile Exchange.
  • Use the scroll bar at the bottom of the table to view the full listing of certified products.