The NICCA Group is committed to take responsible actions as a member of the textile processing supply chain, and we are continually working on improving environmental performance.
As a result of joining ZDHC, we will aim for further recognition in the international industry and are looking forward to collaborating with the ZDHC Community. Through the involvement in textile processing supply chains (apparel, retailer, textile processing manufacturers, material manufacturers, etc.), we continue to protect consumers, workers and the environment from processed chemicals and will contribute to achieving the ZDHC philosophy.
ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme(*1) is called ZDHC for short and is aimed at restricting the use of hazardous substances at the time of manufacturing textile, leather and footwear value chain. The world's leading apparel brands and groups related to the supply chain are the contributors(*2) and in 2015, the ZDHC has published the ZDHC Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (ZDHC MRSL), a list of chemical substances that restrict intentional use in facilities that process textile materials, coated fabrics, leather, and trim parts in textiles and footwear products.
At Nicca, we have restricted the use of these hazardous substances since 2015 and have released a list of our products that conform to, or meet the ZDHC MRSL on our website. In addition to our efforts, environmentally friendly corporate attitude and CSR activities, we are joining the ZDHC to contribute to environmental preservation since April, 2018.
※1 ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme：
Managed by The ZDHC Foundation established in 2011, in Amsterdam, Netherland.
※2 For a full list of all ZDHC Contributors, click
【Click below for the NICCA Positive List】
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【Topics regarding the ZDHC】
June 17th, 2019 :
The first ZDHC hosted seminar in Japan was held at the NICCA Innovation Center
October 10th, 2017 :
NICCA CHEMICAL was awarded “2017 ZDHC Global Top10 ZDHC Gateway-Chemical Module pioneer award” at THE 5TH ZDHC-CNTAC CONFERENCE ON HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL CONTROL & SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING
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