Eurocolor Spa philosophy has always been oriented towards a concept of product, service, technical assistance and development quality; in order to satisfy i in the best possible way ts customers and to meet their own requirements, Eurocolor Spa has equipped itself since 2011 with a Quality Management System taking as reference UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 Standard renewed starting from 2017 according to new ISO 9001: 2015 standard.


Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) was developed by leading international organizations in organic agriculture in order to guarantee the consumer that organic textile products are obtained in compliance with stringent environmental and social criteria applied at all levels of production, from harvesting in the field of natural fibers (cotton, wool, ..) to the subsequent manufacturing phases, up to the labeling of the finished product. GOTS, responding to the strong demand for common production criteria by the industry and the distribution of textile and clothing products, has obtained a vast international recognition that allows those who produce and sell organic textile products to have the availability of a certification accepted in all major markets. The following are certifiable according to GOTS: textile products, manufacturing activities, chemicals for the textile industry.

ZDHC: Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals

ZDHC is an acronym for Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals, an international program born after the DETOX campaign launched by Greenpeace in 2011 after several studies conducted on the pollution caused by the textile, tanning and footwear industries that supply the major brands global. The ZDHC is therefore an international program , a plan that aims at the drastic reduction of dangerous chemicals in the entire supply chain of footwear and tanning textile sector by the end of 2020.

ZDHC project initially started by the will of some of the top worldwide brands (over a hundred, so far), who created it by focusing on the principles of transparency and management of chemical substances according to an integrated approach of prevention and precaution. The fundamental objectives of the ZDHC can be summarized as follows:

  • To eliminate or replace dangerous chemicals
  • To develop transparent processes to promote safer chemistry
  • To develop effective tools, good practices and training to improve chemical management
  • To develop collaboration with stakeholders to promote transparency regarding the chemicals used / discharged and the application of good practices


ZDHC – Gateway

In order to reduce the use of dangerous chemicals within the supply chain, the ZDHC Gatewa, a portal for data exchange , was developed in 2017. This database allows producers of chemicals and dyes to securely share information in line with the most stringent international standards and in accordance with the ZDHC MRSL now in its version 2 dated January 2020 (https: //mrsl.roadmaptozero. com), or the list of chemicals whose intentional use is prohibited in the production of textiles, natural and synthetic leather, as well as finishes for textiles and footwear. Compliance with the ZDHC MRSL is an integral part of this global approach to the management of chemical substances aimed at promoting sustainability in the fashion sector and reducing the dispersion of dangerous substances in the environment. On EUROCOLOR SPA profile you can find, at any time, the constantly updated list of products compliant with MRSL ZDHC.

ZDHC WebSite