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kelhamThe Bavarian viscose speciality fibre producer Kelheim Fibres has joined the ZDHC programme “Roadmap to Zero”. The non-revenue organisation with far more than 160 contributors throughout the world has set by itself the purpose of absolutely doing away with destructive substances from the textile worth chain. The ZDHC suggestions present producers of Gentleman-created Cellulosic Fibres (MMCF) with uniform requirements for measuring indicators such as wastewater, air emissions and other approach-relevant parameters. The measured info is independently monitored and posted.

Kelheim Fibres, the world’s initially EMAS-validated viscose fibre producer, sees its ZDHC contributorship as another building block on the street to even additional sustainable fibre generation:

“We want to produce our marketplace with our know-how in the direction of a greener future. Sustainability is an integral element of our company philosophy and approach. We totally assistance ZDHC’s vision of a widespread implementation of sustainably chemistry, driving innovations and finest practices in textile, clothing and footwear industries to secure individuals staff and the atmosphere,” says Craig Barker, CEO at Kelheim Fibres.

“ZDHC gives us with obtain to a selection of greatest techniques in chemical management and presents us the possibility to community and discover from every other with like-minded market associates. ZDHC’s collaborative strategy will accelerate the shift to a additional responsible business and we want to add to that.”