Eight brands have achieved ‘Aspirational Level’ in the 2022 ZDHC Brands to Zero Programme


Eight brands have achieved ‘Aspirational Level’ in the 2022 ZDHC Brands to Zero Programme by accelerating the implementation of sustainable chemical management across their value chain.

As part of ZDHC leader programme Brands to Zero, brands and retailers harmonise expectations towards suppliers and remove obstacles to allow responsible chemical management to thrive across the value chain of apparel and footwear production. While all ZDHC Contributor Brands are recognised for their leadership within the industry, ZDHC measures and benchmarks the implementation performance within the Brands to Zero Programme.

By committing to sustainable chemical management, embracing the implementation of sustainability throughout their corporate cultures, and actively monitoring goals and results, Burberry, C&A, H&M Group, Levi Strauss & Co., and Victoria’s Secret remained ‘Aspirational Level’ for the second year in a row. Joining them this year are HUGO BOSS, Kmart Australia Limited and PUMA Group as best practices and implementation performance leaders in the industry committed to ZDHC’s mission to detox fashion.

For Brands to Zero, we partner with KPMG Netherlands and offer a professional, transparent, and credible evaluation of implementation performance resulting in a neutral report.

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