Poor labor conditions, chemical contamination of soil and water from dyeing effluents, and workers’ exposure to chemicals are a few of many risks.
Consumer awareness among highest in textile industry
The textile industry has complex supply chains with a great need for action. Poor labor conditions, chemical contamination of soil and water from dyeing effluents, and workers’ exposure to chemicals are a few of the many risks. These risks pose a clear threat to the brand reputation, as past scandals such as the Rana Plaza catastrophe in Bangladesh have shown.
First laws for the textile sector, such as the UK Modern Slavery Act and the French Vigilance Law, have made it mandatory for companies to disclose risks related to human rights violations and environmental impacts in their supply chains. Considering the growing trend of legally anchoring the responsibility of companies, companies must take immediate action.
Therefore, the garment industry can play a critical role in preventing human rights abuses and improve environmental and social conditions along its supply chains. Fashion brands have started to map their supply chains to increase the transparency in their supply chain.
sustainabill turns risks into opportunities by helping fashion brands and textile suppliers to map supply chains to the source and achieve transparent products
- Efficiently map the supply chain to trace materials to the source
- Visualize the entire supply chain network for all facilities and products
- Collect sustainability data from all suppliers and sub-suppliers
- Get actionable sustainability insights for purchasing department, CSR
team and management
- Identify sub-contractors, manage certifications and audits
- Screen sustainability risks for all facilities involved in your supply
- Document your supply chain and show compliance with regulations
- Communicate your product story to the end consumer