Product Stewardship is fully integrated within Archroma’s processes in order to ensure that hazardous chemical risks are identified and controlled. Current and future knowledge of regulatory authorities’ requirements, often specific to countries and regions, is essential. In addition, other value chain stakeholders influence market demand (consumers, brands, NGO’s) and the resultant required specification in order to manage the risk of chemistry that poses a hazard to consumers and the environment.
All these requirements have to be gathered, consolidated and communicated to all related internal stakeholders to ensure that product design, innovation, registration, production and resultant application conforms to these changing requirements. The product stewardship organization has the gatekeeper function for raw material sourcing and production processes. An essential process required in specialty chemical manufacturing is a competent chemical Inventory management system Incorporated in master data management systems.
The product stewardship organization has three dedicated testing laboratories at its disposal in order to control and confirm product compliance to market-related restricted substance lists specifications, in addition to regulatory requirements. These eco laboratories are located In Pakistan, India and China. In order to support the necessary regulatory support processes and market required compliance certifications, we have invested in a dedicated global team, trained and qualified with the necessary scientific knowledge in order to deliver the highest standard of product stewardship in the industry.
The bluesign® system is the solution for a sustainable textile production
EU Ecolabel is the EU policy instruments for a green economy
We are a member of the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
The Nordic Swan Ecolabel is the official ecolabel in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland.
OEKO-TEX® enables consumers and companies to protect our planet by making responsible decisions.
The Blue Angel
The Blue Angel sets high standards for environmentally friendly product design and has proven itself as a reliable guide for a more sustainable consumption.
Leading the textile, leather and footwear industries towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals
As part of our commitment to support our customer as a reliable supplier, we engaged into preparing for REACH from the very early stages back in 2007. In total, Archroma registered 595 substances under REACH, 126 as lead registrant and funding company in the most relevant consortia for textile and paper industry (dyes, OBA, fluorotelomer…). This represents a 14.5 million USD investment.
Number of phase in substances < 100 t/y registered by Archroma for the June 2018 deadline
Number of lead dossiers submitted by Archroma
Total number of substances registered since the beginning of REACH
Archroma are proud members and/or partners with the following organizations