Ten Best Retailers at Handling Dangerous Chemicals

Material Handling & Logistics

retailers are leaders when it comes to efforts in removing toxic chemicals from consumer products, but two-thirds remain serious laggards. Walgreens and Staples plan to launch their chemicals policies in 2018. . In October the announced its new Chemical Strategy.

Wal-Mart Steps Up Push to Remove Potentially Harmful Chemicals

Material Handling & Logistics

The world’s largest retailer aims to reduce the chemicals in products such as household cleaners, cosmetics, skin care and infant items by 10% by 2022. is expanding its program to clean up the products it sells, setting a 2022 target for reducing potentially harmful substances and widening the list of chemicals it wants to avoid. So far, its suppliers have removed 96 percent of Wal-Mart’s priority-list chemicals by volume weight from consumables products sold in U.S.

Yowza! A Nine-Step Decision Process to Help Guide Supply Chain Planning Selection

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This includes A&D and active ingredients for pharmaceutical companies, but lacks constraint-based asset modeling for the process industries of chemical, consumer products and food. As a result the chemical company, they told SAP, “We would not use IBP if you gave it to us.”

The Counterfeit Economy

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In total, this black market is expected to represent $991 billion of the global economy by 2022. Allergic reactions, swelling, skin rashes, and chemical burns have been associated with counterfeit cosmetic products.

The Counterfeit Economy

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In total, this black market is expected to represent $991 billion of the global economy by 2022. Allergic reactions, swelling, skin rashes, and chemical burns have been associated with counterfeit cosmetic products. In the black market of cheaply made knock-offs, unsanitary factory conditions and dangerous doses of chemicals are common. Product counterfeiting and piracy are pervasive across almost all countries and industries.