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Simplified and Streamlined Chemical Management with CleanChain
Monitoring your organization’s chemical use can be a labor-intensive process. If you’re a brand, you have to spend time aggregating data and managing information from diverse and distributed sources to ensure compliance with Manufacturing Restricted Substances Lists (MRSLs) and Restricted Substances Lists (RSLs). If you’re a supplier, you may feel the need to generate reports unique to each of your customers to maximize your competitiveness and maintain positive customer relationships.
CleanChain, an ADEC innovation, addresses these dilemmas by providing one system for your chemical data across all suppliers. It aligns with your current processes and streamlines the process of tracking, managing and reporting compliance with MRSLs and control limits. You save time and money, and demonstrate your commitment to sustainability.
Request an English language CleanChain demo today to see how it simplifies and streamlines chemical management. The demo is also available in Chinese. Please click here for the Chinese demonstration. You will find out how CleanChain can help you better track and manage your organization’s sustainability performance.