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From December 2016, Smit & zoon will take its corporate social...
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Cobrasil Tannery joins the Brazilian Leather Sustainability Certification (CSCB)
The Brazilian Leather Sustainability Certification (CSCB), initiative promoted by the Centre for the Brazilian Tanning Industry (CICB), has a new tannery among its participants.
JBS, AMCM and Mats join Brazilian Leather Sustainability Certification programme
JBS Couros, AMCM and Mats Beneficiamento de Couro are the most recent companies to join CSCB, the Brazilian Leather Sustainability Certification.
Indian scientists enhance gelatine production from tannery waste
Scientists at the Central Leather Research Institute (CSIR) in Chennai, India, have developed a technology to make high-grade gelatine from materials that otherwise would have...
JBS singled out for efforts to reduce deforestation
JBS has made bigger inroads than any other food company over the past year in efforts to stop deforestation in its supply chain, according to a report entitled 'Supply chains...
Tannery in Vietnam hit with record fine
The Ho Chi Minh City municipal administration has issued a VND6.39 billion ($300,330) fine on a particularly negligent tannery in what is deemed to be the most severe punishment...
China setting new emission limits
China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection will establish a new discharge standard for water pollutants emitted from the leather and fur making industry.
India’s leather industry discuss green ideas
Speaking at the annual Leather Research Industry Get Together at CLRI in Chennai, former Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI)
A clean break
350 Indian Tanneries to stop leather cleaning 3 days before the tradition hoyl dip, or Magh Mela in the Ganges
Hao Duong tannery operations suspended
Due to violations of environmental regulations, operations at Hao Duong Leather Tanning Joint Stock Company Le Hoang Quan have been immediately suspend by the Department of...
South Dakota cattle deaths
4,000 cattle deaths due to storm
India: Australian government to help tackle Ganges pollution
At present, the Ganga is one of the world's five most polluted rivers, and the tannery industry is one of the worst offenders. Engaged in the removal of flesh, fat and hair, as well...