Avery Cotton, one of the biggest cotton companies in the United States, has announced it will stop manufacturing its cotton ceiling pajama sets, citing health and safety concerns.
The company, based in West Virginia, had been working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on a plan to phase out its cotton flooring in the coming months, but this week the company announced it would discontinue production in April 2020.
Avery Cotton spokeswoman Amy Brown said that the company’s decision to discontinue cotton floor mats and flooring was based on concerns about health and worker safety.
“While we understand the concerns surrounding the health and health-related risks associated with the use of this product, our continued investment in our manufacturing facility in West Virgina is necessary to provide our workforce with the necessary tools and equipment to safely produce our products,” she said.
The cotton floor mat is one of a number of products produced by the company in the U:S., which are made from cotton grown in the southern half of the United Kingdom.
The floor mat itself is not made from the same plant, but it is the same material as the cotton ceiling mat.
While the EPA is investigating the cause of the cotton floor carpet, the company said it has received no formal complaints.
In a statement, the agency said that it is working with cotton industry experts to identify what caused the floor mats to come into contact with the cotton.
The cotton ceiling mats are a staple for many women who like to wear their pajams under white cotton sweat pants.
The pajam fabric has a unique texture and is softer than cotton, which is why it has become a favorite for people who are looking for a lighter, more comfortable cotton.
The product has become especially popular in Asia, where women and girls use them for modesty-related reasons.
In 2015, the U,S.
cotton ceiling was found to be one of 10 products with a significant impact on the environment.
But the cotton is now used in so many different products and is still a major part of the fabric of our clothing.
In 2014, the EPA found that the cotton produced in the UK could have contributed to the development of the West Nile virus.
It has also been linked to the emergence of the dengue virus, and a study published in 2016 found that some fabrics made from polyester-based fabrics have higher rates of dengues.
This article originally appeared on NBCNews.com.