Bureau Veritas becomes a Value Chain Affiliate of the ZDHC
~ Supporting the textile, leather and footwear industries to advance towards zero discharge ~
July 2017 – Bureau Veritas, a global leading Testing, Inspection and Certification provider for the consumer products industry, is pleased to announce it has committed to the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) Programme.
The ZDHC Programme tackles the issue of hazardous chemicals in the global textile, leather and footwear value chain. It is a collaboration for leading textile, leather and footwear brands, and related chemical suppliers working collaboratively to implement safer chemistry practices to protect workers, consumers and the environment.
Niraj Singh, Director, Softlines & Analytical – Asia, Global Technical Services at Bureau Veritas CPS said: “As a trusted testing partner to leading brands and retailers in textiles, footwear and leather goods, we are delighted to officially become a Value Chain Affiliate to the ZDHC Programme. Bureau Veritas can partner clients in meeting the ZDHC Programme, which is critical towards eliminating hazardous chemicals from the global textile, leather and footwear industries. With a long history in developing and managing Restricted Substance List programmes, and with labs, sample collection staff and specialists worldwide, we are well positioned to assist you in your commitment to eradicating hazardous chemicals discharge.”
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