Water Stewardship Data Automation:
Wastewater/Sludge Testing Data Validation
Supplier Profile Maintenance
Out of Compliance, Sampling and Survey Reminder Notifications
Annual Water Questionnaires and Other Supplier Surveys
Program Document Management
ESG Systems Integration
Which suppliers haven’t yet submitted test results?
Did they collect at the right sample locations?
Did they test the right parameters against our current guidelines?
Did they meet the specifications, resample, or retest?
Did they use an approved solid waste disposal method?
Which suppliers are non-compliant?
FACTORY COMPLIANCE UPDATE
The April water testing program reporting period is upon us, which means you or someone on your team will spend hours manipulating spreadsheets and formulas just to know which of your suppliers is compliant with ZDHC, discharge permits and/or brand guidelines. In the time you spend number crunching, data scrubbing, and Excel charting, your entire water program specifications and supplier profiles could be loaded into LINK and the results delivered right to your fingertips – raw data, structured data, and dashboard analytics:
LINK’s API connects to the ZDHC Gateway, eliminating data entry by pulling supplier and water testing data directly into your own secure, branded supplier data management portal. If you’re not a ZDHC signatory or using the Gateway, your factories and their labs can still upload data directly into your portal. Compliance specifications are pre-configured for ZDHC Wastewater Guidelines v1.1 or v2.1, or can be customized to brand-specific guidelines.
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To learn more about Green Arrow Labs and our mission to help the apparel, footwear, sports equipment, and other industries with supply chain transparency and sustainability, click here.
“There is an alphabet soup of NGOs and other industry stakeholders collecting pieces of the supply chain puzzle…none of whom have the full picture or even share the same supplier identifiers. Ironically, it’s an unsustainable sustainability issue.”
- Sr Executive, Footwear/Apparel Brand