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Published on Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Adidas sets new chemical management targets

Written by John Mowbray
Adidas HQ

adidas "Laces" was opened in 2011 and provides space for more than 1,700 employees.

HERZOGENAURACH – In a bid to improve the transparency of its textile supply chain, the adidas Group has completed the full screening of all the chemicals used in the production of its apparel products. It says that by the end of 2015, 50 per cent of all its dyes and 10 per cent of all auxiliary chemicals will be bluesign approved as it strives towards a 'best in class' approach to chemical management. John Mowbray reports from adidas HQ.


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