Chem-MAP are pleased to share that Texapel have been granted with ZDHC Level 3 certification for their leather chemicals – the highest certification offered by the ZDHC Road Map to Zero programme.
TEXAPEL are dedicated to the development and production of chemical solutions for the leather and textile industry, and achieving Level 3 ZDHC conformance, demonstrates that the company is committed to sustainable chemistry.
“The Eurofins team are proud to announce that Texapel S.L. are now an approved Chem-MAP partner having qualified for Level 3 ZDHC certification, following the completion of all three Chem-MAP modules. This certification shows another step in the right direction for the sustainability of the leather industry” states Lottie York, Sustainable Chemistry Programme Lead, Eurofins | Chem-MAP programme.
“We are proud to announce that TEXAPEL, S.L. has achieved ZDHC Level 3 conformance, after a successful partnership with Eurofins and satisfactorily passed its Chem-MAP Certification process. Accomplishing ZDHC Level 3 conformance, we want to demonstrate our commitment to attain Texapel’s long-term goals. Our agreement with ZDHC is part of our strategy to achieve more sustainable products, through responsible chemistry.” – Texapel, S.L.
TEXAPEL, S.L. is a company with 80 years of history, focused on designing, manufacturing, and marketing industrial chemical products, to be used in sectors such as leather or textile. Willing to demonstrate the respect Texpel have for their customers and for the nature, Texapel are committed to avoid the use of any hazardous chemical of high concern in the life cycle of our products. Their identity, as a company, is directly linked to quality, safety & health, and environmental protection.
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