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Elimination of APEOs and Phthalates

Does the company have a policy regarding elimination of APEOs & Phthalates?
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Valentino SpA+image
Valentino SpA
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Puma+image
Puma
Germany
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Primark+image
Primark
Ireland
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Marks and Spencer Group plc+image
Marks and Spencer Group plc
United Kingdom
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Mango Group+image
Mango Group
South Africa
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Limited Brands+image
Limited Brands
Ohio (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Levi Strauss & Co.+image
Levi Strauss & Co.
California (United States)
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Inditex+image
Inditex
Spain
Yes
Yes,No 2015
G-Star+image
G-Star
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Fast Retailing+image
Fast Retailing
Sri Lanka
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Esprit Holdings Limited+image
Esprit Holdings Limited
Hong Kong
Yes
Yes,No 2015
C&A+image
C&A
Belgium
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Benetton Group Spa+image
Benetton Group Spa
Italy
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Burberry Group plc+image
Burberry Group plc
United Kingdom
Yes
Yes,No 2015
Adidas AG+image
Adidas AG
Yes
Yes,No 2014
H&M+image
H&M
Sweden
Yes
Yes,No 2014
Li-Ning+image
Li-Ning
No
Yes,No 2015
Nike Inc.+image
Nike Inc.
Oregon (United States)
No
Yes,No 2015

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Within the 11 PHC groups, two hazardous chemical groups, widely and deliberately used in textile manufacturing are targeted for elimination far before the final 01 January 2020 deadline. The Detox Catwalk evaluates the elimination status of these two initial priority hazardous chemical groups across the companies’ respective supply chains.

 

The elimination of any hazardous chemical must be supported by regular, credible, public documentation via a corporate website, and include case studies on the substitution of hazardous chemicals with safer alternatives, published, for example, via the online Subsport.org platform.

 

As a Detox commitment is a continuous process, companies need clear and credible intermediate targets on the elimination of hazardous chemicals (beyond the 11 priority chemical groups) and the introduction of non-hazardous chemistry by the earliest specific date possible. Responsible companies will act now and not wait until 31 December 2019 to eliminate their hazardous chemical use.

 

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Elimination of APEOs and Phthalates – Within the 11 Priority Hazardous Chemical groups Greenpeace has identified for elimination, two are widely and deliberately used in textile manufacturing. These are targeted for elimination far before the final 01 January 2020 deadline.