BLC Chemical Testing is affiliated with BLC Leather Technology Centre Ltd., who have recently released a new guide for BLC Members to download. The BLC 2018 Guide to Managing Chemical Requirements in Product is available to BLC Members only who
On 15th January 2018, seven new Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs) were added to the Candidate List bringing the total to 181 substances. The legal obligations that companies may have resulting from the inclusion of substances in the Candidate
Michael Costello, Director of Sustainability at Stahl will present ‘The Circular Economy: Opportunities for the Chemical Industry and Leather Supply Chain’ at the Sustainability in the Leather Supply Chain Conference 2018. If your organisation is interested in this topic and
Two international leather chemicals companies, Stahl and Lanxess, will be sponsoring the main sessions of the Sustainability in the Leather Supply Chain Conference taking place at the APLF exhibition in Hong Kong on 15th March 2018. BLC and APLF are organising an exciting
If your company supplies chemicals to the leather industry, your business can become Chem-MAP Certified through the BLC Chem-MAP Programme achieving ZDHC conformance level 3. The BLC Chem-MAP Programme is a new innovative MRSL verification programme which is now ZDHC
BLC Leather Technology Centre Ltd (BLC) and APLF are pleased to announce the date of the 2018 half-day conference which will be held on Thursday, March 15, 2018 in Hong Kong – Save the Date! Building on the success of previous years, the
ZDHC Announces BLC Chem-MAP as ZDHC Accepted Certification Standard. Going forward, the BLC Chem-MAP product certification will be an indicator of chemical formulations conforming to the ZDHC’s Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL) v 1.1 within the ZDHC Gateway – Chemical Module.
The BLC Chem-MAP Programme is a new, innovative way of certifying the MRSL compliance of supplied chemical formulations to ZDHC conformance level 1 and level 3. This unique and easy-to-use programme has been developed in partnership with Vert-Tex, a supplier
If your business supplies leather and textile children’s products to South Korea, then you need to be aware of the recent change made by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) to the following safety standards documents: Safety Standards
Prominent brand, retail, chemical and legal representatives will be taking part in the open panel discussion, sponsored by TFL, at the upcoming conference this November. This professional panel will be tackling topical leather sustainability issues from across the leather supply chain.