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The ZDHC Foundation is poised to expand its scope in China with the announcement of a collaboration agreement with the China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC).
On May 12, CNTAC launched its Chemicals Stewardship Initiative 2020 and announced a collaboration agreement with the ZDHC Foundation to improve chemical management across the textile value-chain.
CNTAC is an industry federation, which represents all textile related industries in China. Its Chemicals Stewardship Initiative 2020 is a cross-industry policy framework for the textile industry aimed at minimising adverse effects of chemicals on human health and the environment.
Partnering with the ZDHC Foundation provides CNTAC with chemical management expertise and guidance to achieve its 2020 goals. For the ZDHC Foundation, this collaboration is a great opportunity to expand its scope in China.
The main areas of the collaboration agreement include stakeholder outreach, sharing of best practices, driving innovation and training and regional conferences.
“Collaboration is key to achieving ZDHC’s ambitious goal,” said the ZDHC Foundation’s Executive Director, Frank Michel. “We’re excited to be collaborating with CNTAC as this provides a tremendous opportunity for ZDHC to achieve real impact across China. Industry collaboration is essential if we’re to meaningfully target and eliminate hazardous chemicals from the global textile and footwear supply-chain
The ZDHC Foundation oversees the management of the ZDHC Programme, a collaboration of 22 leading textile and footwear brands, five value-chain affiliates and four associates working to eliminate hazardous chemicals from the global textile and footwear value-chain. The ZDHC programme includes leather and it recently launched its Leather Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL).comments powered by Disqus