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  • INDITEX

    PRODUCT HEALTH AT A GLANCE

    10th Ekoteks SymposiumIstanbul, May 3rd 2017

  • INDITEX

    PickingProgram

    R&DCollaborations

    Ready To Manufacture (RTM)

    Green To Wear (GTW)

    RCAAudits

    INDITEX Product Health Programs Throughout Its Supply Chain

    The List by

    INDITEX

    Product Health and Safety

  • INDITEX

    Product health standard: Based on the most restringent product health legislations wordwide.

    Regulates and/or restricts different families of chemicals (19) or parameters (6) related to theuse of chemical products in all INDITEX productions with the aim of protecting customersshealth.

    Arilamines

    * Dyestuffs* Pigments

    Formaldehyde

    * Chemicals forPrinting

    Heavy Metals

    * Buttons* Zippers

    FiberComposition

    * CompositionTolerances

    ColourFastness

    pH

    * AuxiliaryProducts

    INDITEX Product Health Standard: Introduction to Clear To Wear (CTW)

    Product Health and Safety

  • INDITEX

    RawMaterials

    Spinning

    Weaving

    Wet

    processesStitching

    Final Article

    INDITEX Product Health Standard: Clear To Wear (CTW) Scope

    Product Health and Safety

  • BEFORE Production Pre-Production Program

    DURING Production Picking ProgramRCA Audits

    AFTER Production Control at distribution centres

    Same implementation level in all INDITEX brands

    INDITEX

    INDITEX Product Health Programs: REACTIVE Programs

    Product Health and Safety

  • INDITEX

    INDITEX Product Health Programs: REACTIVE Programs: During Production

    Production

    Start

    Production

    End

    41.880 Picking Visits675.817 Tests

    Picking Program

    DESCRIPTION: Individual chemical risks allocation for every single

    article produced by INDITEX.

    Random sampling of a determine number of samples

    once production reaches a specific level and shipment

    to local lab.

    OBJECTIVE:Early detection of potential CTW no compliances before

    production is finished and sent to INDITEX.

    Product Health and Safety

  • INDITEX

    DESCRIPTION:

    Technical audits carried out by experts in textile/leather sector once a detection/CTW no compliance is detected

    by Picking project

    OBJETIVE:

    To determine the source of the detection/CTW no compliance to prevent it in the future

    365 RCA Audits > 2.500 Chemicals Tested

    INDITEX Product Health and Safety Programs: REACTIVE Projects

    Issues To Be Checked:

    Facility capacity

    Machinary available

    Manufacturing process

    Manufacturing process rcipe

    Chemical products involved

    Outcomes:

    Analytical results of the Chemicals involved

    Conclusions about the source of the problem

    Recommendations

    Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Audits

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    Sustainability and Product Health & Safety Programs: Proactive Programs

    DESCRIPTION:

    Investment in different programs to improve the technical capabilities of the supply chain and consequenly, its

    sustainability by the reduction of:

    CTW non compliances:

    o Due to the comsumption of more resources (raw materials, energy, chemicals, etc.)

    o Due to production rejections

    Manufacturing costs

    Manufacturing times

    PROACTIVE

    Programs REACTIVE

    Programs

  • INDITEX

    PickingProgram

    R&DCollaborations

    Ready To Manufacture (RTM)

    Green To Wear (GTW)

    RCAAudits

    INDITEX Product Health Programs Throughout Its Supply Chain

    The List by

    INDITEX

    Product Health and Safety

  • INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Introduction

    DESCRIPTION:

    First comprehensive register of

    chemical products used in textile

    and leather manufacturing

    processes classified by their

    degree of CTW compliance.

    OBJECTIVE:

    Supervise and improve quality of

    chemical products used during

    textile/leather manufacturing

    processes along with the

    chemical industry.

    MOTIVATION:

    INDITEX epidemiological studies shown that most of CTW non compliances are related to the use of bad quality dyestuffs

    and auxiliaries during articles production.

    Product Health and Safety

  • CTW Categories

    Chemical Classification According to CTW Categories

    Codes Description

    (A) Can be used

    (B) Can be used but application needs to be tested

    (C) Cannot be used

    CTW Non Compliance Description

    (1) Formaldehyde

    (2) Heavy Metals

    (3) Chromium

    (4) Arylamines (azo dyes)

    Chemicals Family

    INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Description (I)

    PARTICIPANT

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    (1) Formaldehyde

    (2) Heavy Metals

    (3) Chromium

    (4) Arylamines (azo dyes)

    (5) Chlorophenols

    (6) Phthalates

    (7) Fluorocarbons

    (8) Others

    The List by INDITEX: Description (II)

    PARTICIPANT

  • I Edition (11/13) II Edition (01/15) III Edition (03/17)

    10 new companies

    Total: 22 companies

    15 Requests 64 Requests 50+ Requests

    Product Health and Safety

    INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Evolution

    Key Parameters 1st Edition 2nd Edition 3rd Edition

    Companies Involved 10 15 22

    Chemical Products Included 4,224 8,258 Approx. 20 ,000

    Number of Tests Performed 1,774 8,289 Approx. 32,000

    Chemicals classified as B or C 710 (17 %) 1,548 (19 %) Approx. 6,800 (34 %)

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    The List by INDITEX: Commitments of Participants

    Elimination/progresive reduction of regulated substances

    Assumption of finalcial penalties

    Removal of non complaint lots from the market

    Acceptance of audits to their production sites on a regular basis

  • Reactive25%

    Disperse20%

    Vat10%

    Direct10%

    Acid5%

    Others30%

    Global Estimation of DyestuffsDistribution

    40-45 % of reactive dyestuffs are based on blackreactive 5.

    Black reactive 5 consumption is about 180,000 200,000 Tons/year (12 % of total dyestuffsconsumption).

    All black reactive 5 contain 150 700 ppm pCA dueto elimination costs and difficulty.

    As a consequence of imposed productionimprovements, 2 of the participants has developedthe first black reactive 5 without pCA.

    Dyestuff Global Consumption Estimation: 1.7 million tons

    Product Health and Safety

    INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Case Study: Black Reactive 5

  • OUTCOMES:

    To guarantee the compliance of Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals commitment.

    To prohibit the use of most polluting chemicals in Inditex productions.

    To improve quality of chemicals and waste waters by imposing continuos production

    improvement to all participants.

    To lead chemical industry to improve their manufacturing processes and quality of their

    products by creating chemicals risks awareness into the textile/leather sectors.

    To reduce product health international legislation non compliances in INDITEX and other

    retailers productions.

    To ease selection of chemicals in order to save time and costs.

    Product Health and Safety

    INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Outcomes

  • Inclusion of New Participants and Parameters

    Creation of a Specific Section for Sustainable Manufacturing Processes

    Indication of Sustainable Chemicals

    Online Version

    Product Health and Safety

    INDITEX

    The List by INDITEX: Future Initiatives

    Focus Towards Sustainability

  • INDITEX

    PickingProgram

    R&DCollaborations

    Ready To Manufacture (RTM)

    Green To Wear (GTW)

    RCAAudits

    INDITEX Product Health Programs Throughout Its Supply Chain

    The List by

    INDITEX

    Product Health and Safety

  • DESCRIPTION:

    Manufacturing code of mandatory compliance for all INDITEX direct suppliers and their wet processing mills.

    RTM includes for the first time mandatory GMPs and recommended best practices which covers all stages of the

    manufacturing process in order to ensure production traceability and CTW compliance.

    INDITEX

    Ready To Manufacture: Introduction

    Raw Material Testing Finished

    Product

    Pretreatment Beam House

    Tanning

    Dyeing PrintingWashingCrusting

    Finishing

    Dyes, Pigments, Auxiliaries

    Grey Yarn / Fabric ,Raw Hide/ Skin

    Product Health and Safety

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    Ready To Manufacture: Description

    o Section 1 - Mill Staff

    o Section 2 - General Warehouse Conditions

    o Section 3 - Raw Materials Warehouse

    o Section 4 - Auxiliaries and Dyestuffs/Pigments Warehouse

    o Section 5 - Finished Goods Warehouse

    o Section 6 - Work In Progress

    INTERNAL STRUCTURE:

    2 chapters:

    Direct suppliers and sub-suppliers:

    Mill included in the supply chain of direct suppliers or sub-suppliers:

    OBJECTIVE:

    To ensure full compliance of INDITEX product health

    standard (CTW) and MRSL.

    SCOPE:

    Dyeing and printing mills, laundries and tanneries

    within the supply chain of all INDITEX direct suppliers.

    o Section 7 - Dyeing and Washing

    o Section 8 - Printing

    o Section 9 - Water Discharge Effluents

    o Section 10 - Production and Chemicals Control

    o Section 11 - CTW Management

    o Annexes (templates and decision charts)

    o Section 1 Direct Supplier Staff o Section 2 Traceability Documents

    Product Health and Safety

    PARAMETERS CONTROLLED:

    Arylamines; Formaldehyde; pH; Colour Fastn