LONDON — Zara and its parent company Inditex have committed to eliminating all releases of hazardous chemicals such as formaldehyde, arylamines, phenols, cadmium, lead, chromium (VI), nickel and allergenic dyes, throughout their entire supply chain and products by January 2020.
Following pressure from a Greenpeace report released earlier this month, Inditex said, “Inditex is committed to zero discharges of all hazardous chemicals from the whole lifecycle and all production procedures that are associated with the making and using of all products Inditex sells by Jan. 1, 2020.”
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