13 May '18, 10pm

Textile chemical firms give ZDHC ultimatum

Textile chemical firms give ZDHC ultimatum

Published on Sunday, 13 May 2018 Textile chemical firms give ZDHC ultimatum Written by John Mowbray Details Tweet AMSTERDAM – In an extraordinary move, nine leading textile chemical companies have voiced concerns the ZDHC Foundation may not fulfill its intention to drive the textile industry towards convergence around a single harmonised chemical management system and expect changes in return for their continued long-term involvement. A joint letter to the ZDHC, signed by top executives at Archroma, Colourtex, DyStar, Huntsman, Jay Chemical, Protex, Pulcra, Rudolf and Tanatex, demands further clarification from the ZDHC on a range of issues such as the MRSL and Gateway Chemical Module before they can officially contribute as long-term ‘value chain affiliates’. Although the signatories describe the ZDHC as the ‘preferred platform’ to assess compliance of dyes and chemical f...

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2018051323476/dyes-chemicals-n...

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