Osborne Clarke advises Sustainable Chemistry for the Textile Industry (SCTI) on Establishment
Osborne Clarke advised the new alliance Sustainable Chemistry for the Textile Industry (SCTI) on its establishment in October 2020. Launched in October 2020, Sustainable Chemistry for the Textile Industry (SCTI) is an alliance of leading chemical companies that strives to empower the textile and leather industries to apply sustainable, state-of-the-art chemistry solutions that protect factory workers, local communities, consumers and the environment. It has seven founding members: Archroma, CHT Group, Huntsman, Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO), Pulcra Chemicals, Rudolf Group and Tanatex Chemicals.
The ultimate aim for SCTI is to help the industry produce more sustainable textile and leather end products for consumers through cleaner and more transparent supply chains that use less water and energy and produce less emissions and pollution.
The Osborne Clarke team which advised SCTI on this high profile project was led by Dr. Fabian Christoph (Corporate), and consisted of Dr. Sebastian Hack and Marco Aatz (both Antitrust). “The protection of our planet and its climate poses a significant challenge for each of us. Decarbonisation is one of the three key transformation drivers we as Osborne Clarke are focussing on. We are happy to have been helping our clients to succeed in an area that is also at the center of our business strategy”, Fabian says.
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