Tips and Insights

Tips and insights to help you make informed chemical management decisions

My top three 2017 sustainability stories

My top three 2017 sustainability stories are the rise of ZDHC, ocean plastics and the circular economy

Textile dyes and pigments from bacteria, yeast and sugar

It makes sense to reevaluate chemistry and look at other technologies, such as fermentation and bacteria to make new molecules.

Ideas to create a healthier marketplace

Sustainable chemistry, a robust business model and the rapid screening of toxicity data will help to create a healthier marketplace.

Six initiatives that drive safer chemical innovation

Safer chemical innovation can transform the industry which will result in safer products and supply chains. Many companies are embracing the opportunity

Explaining low impact dyes

Low impact dyes are dyes that has been classified by the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 as eco-friendly

Making Strides in Circular Fashion

The Copenhagen Fashion Summit encourages moving towards Circular Fashion, a new way to look at how we make and use products.

Opportunities to scale green chemistry

One of the objectives of the conference was to find ways to scale green chemistry and what role, if any, should the GC3 play to support this idea.

Final three chemicals for EPA assessment

A pigment, flame retardants and solvent complete the list under TSCA reform. Chemicals may be present in products or used in manufacturing

Driving the Adoption of Green Chemistry in the Textile Industry

Levi Strauss and Berkeley-Haas Center for Responsible Business hosted a forum to drive the adoption of screened chemistry.

Fragrance disclosure turned on its head

Unilever will voluntarily disclose chemical ingredients in every fragrance, which is significantly more than what is legally required in the U.S.

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