Growing Push for Suppliers to Participate in Chemical Footprint Tool
JUNE 9, 2015: Environmental Leader, a website devoted to environmental management news and analysis, recently published a story about the upcoming launch of the Chemical Footprint Project.
“Staples, Marriott, Dignity Health, Trillium Asset Management and other US businesses representing more than $450 billion in investment and purchasing power will require vendors, suppliers and builders to use a new tool that measure the use of harmful chemicals in products and production processes. The initiative will begin June 17, according to organizers of the Chemical Footprint Project.”
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