Climate change, deforestation, pollution, and waste mean that sustainability has become one of the most important global topics. A good sustainability strategy can lead to positive impacts, competitive advantage, increased sales, and profitability in this environment.
Creating a viable, credible, and authentic sustainability strategy can be challenging, and many companies often do not know where to start.
With climate change impact a major topic of concern for governments and consumers, companies must adopt strategies that enable them to deliver sustainable products and services to the market.
Our goal at Eurofins is to offer sustainability solutions and strategies to all areas of the product value chain. This means we support our customers in creating sustainable product offerings backed by verified metrics and measurements. These measurements and metrics deliver scientifically proven claims and enable our clients and their customers to make informed choices.
Webinar: Cotton origin, supply chain traceability and transparency
Thursday 15th June 2023 | Session 1: 10am CEST | Session 2: 9am PDT
Cotton traceability and transparency for textile supply chains, including cotton origin verification through isotope environmental footprint analysis.
Who we are
At Eurofins, we understand creating a sustainable business model is critical to the future success of businesses and the long-term development of our planet. For this reason, Eurofins Sustainability Services provides help and support to our customers along the value chain.
Why Eurofins Sustainability Services?
We are a leader in providing sustainability metrics and measurements in the form of testing, audits and analysis across a variety of business sectors.
We have expertise across sectors that includes food, agriculture, environment, materials, engineering, life sciences, construction, electronics, consumer products, cosmetics, packaging, clothing and footwear.
Our sustainability services are offered globally through our team of 61,000 people working out of 940 facilities in 59 countries.