Nine organisations join ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme
Nine organisations have joined the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Roadmap to Zero Programme, a coalition of over 100 contributors, working on the implementation of safer chemistry practices to protect consumers and the environment. ZDHC works to eliminate the use of priority hazardous chemicals in the textile, leather, and footwear production.
The new contributors joining as value chain affiliates includes solution providers like Eurofins, Hermes Hansecontrol Group, and Testex.
Eurofins is the world leader in food, environmental and pharmaceutical product testing, and one of the key emerging players in consumer product testing, softlines, and leather including chemical management and testing services.
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