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AMSTERDAM – Textile chemistry authority ZDHC has launched a study to identify areas within the supply chain where chemical companies can reduce their greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs).

Launched to support the Apparel Alliance – established in 2020 by the likes of ZDHC, the Sustainable Apparel Coalition and Textile Exchange – and its ambition of reducing industry emissions by 45 per cent by 2030, the study will include interviews with stakeholders and an analysis of their strategies, targets and actions.

“Whether it’s the evaluation of the sustainability attributes of bio-based alternatives versus fossil-based chemicals or finding and evaluating more effective and efficient textile wet processes, ZDHC’s tools and guidance will be critical to the effort,“ Scott Echols, ZDHC’s programme director said.

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