Today, KISCO is pleased to announce it is joining the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme and in doing so, supports the Programme’s vision of widespread implementation of sustainable chemistry, driving innovations and best practices in textile, apparel and footwear industries to protect consumers, workers and the environment.
KISCO commits to working collaboratively to support and develop the Programme through active engagement with other brands, retailers and stakeholders.
KISCO is proud to be joining nearly 30 leading brands working together to drive industry-wide change in responsible chemical management, and commits to working on this task in a collaborative and open manner.
KISCO will work as part of the ZDHC team to develop the use of safer chemistry in the value chain. Our expertise will help strengthen and tune the tools to transform the industry and make it more sustainable.
KISCO’s products are now listed on the ZDHC Gateway which means that customers can use them for manufacturing goods for any of the brands and retailers that recognise the ZDHC accreditation system.
KISCO will continue to expand the range of products listed on the ZDHC Gateway.
The ZDHC Foundation oversees the implementation of the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme, a collaboration of major fashion brands, value chain affiliates and associations. Together, we drive the global implementation of safer chemical management practices. We operate with transparency, using shared values, collaboration and networking to drive change, future-proof the industry, and protect the environment.
KISCO (Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation) is a large-scale developer and manufacturer of dyes, inks, fine chemicals, materials for electronics and other functional materials. The KISCO Group employs 1000 staff across 10 manufacturing sites in Korea, including over 120 R&D staff in Seoul. KISCO’s range of high quality materials is based on a deep commitment to safety and sustainability and are distributed to customers in over 60 countries.