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AMSTERDAM – The ZDHC Foundation, which works towards the zero discharge of hazardous chemicals, has launched a 'Detox Fashion Radar' to show the top performing fashion brands in terms of sustainable chemical management.

It named H&M, Levi’s, Victoria's Secret, Burberry and C&A as the five companies achieving the highest level of ZDHC implementation performance on chemical management and supply chain practices.

All five were rated as "aspirational" in ZDHC’s Brands to Zero leader programme which measures and benchmarks performance annually using more than 70 KPIs and metrics in partnership with accountants KPMG.

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