We update our requirements regularly to meet global regulatory or legislative requirements as well as Nike’s elevated standards for performance. All suppliers that make products for Nike – including for Affiliates and licensees – must comply with the following:
The Chemistry Playbook & RSL outlines chemical standards for our materials that meet or exceed regulatory or legislative requirements and includes substances that we’ve voluntarily restricted or limited in our product. Updates in the .
Along with the ZDHC, we have created and adopted Wastewater Guidelines that set a unified expectation on wastewater quality for the entire textile and footwear industry.
The Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL) industry-wide tool bans the intentional use of priority chemicals during the manufacturing of textiles, synthetic leather and natural leather, and sets impurity limits for these substances within chemical formulations supplied to material vendors.
Guidance for antimicrobials & odor management, nanotechnology materials and animal skin guidelines.
The Packaging Restricted Substance List (PRSL) gives substance details and restriction levels for Nike packaging as well as packaging design requirements to comply with global legislation.
缅甸新澳门娱乐All Nike suppliers are required to test for restricted substances. Sample selection and minimum testing requirements are included in the Restricted Substance List (RSL). All materials, products and other items supplied to Nike, Inc. must comply with the limits listed in the RSL.
To submit samples for testing, suppliers must access the . The application will enable suppliers to create the necessary test request form for inclusion with the sample shipment.