• ESG



Resil recognizes the complexity and importance of sustainability of Silicones in its core business, Textile chemicals!

Resil's vision is to bring world-class sustainable technologies to market that can save water, energy, and the use of chemicals that have the least impact on the environment, thereby helping protect workers, consumers, and the planet at large.

Resil has a unique repository of knowledge in the area of silicones and organic chemicals used by the fashion industry. This knowledge can help the Textile & Apparel community take the right decisions and innovate in solving problems related to sustainable chemicals for apparel and fashion customers all over the globe.



In 2015, the United Nations came up with 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) to help businesses fight climate change and keep the environment healthy until 2030. The stakes for achieving these objectives are much higher, especially in the fashion and chemical industries, where textile waste and other energy-wasting processes still exist. We have decided to focus on the five SDGs listed below and make improvements to them.

Hunger Elimination

Resil actively organises CSR activities to give back to society

Hygiene for All

Resil's hygiene products continuously strives to provide affordable hygiene to all

Social Accountability

Resil is certified for SA8000 standards

Eco Preservation Practices

High focus on Zero Discharge and develop products that uses less water for finishing & processing

Sustainable Manufacturing

Resil strives towards Energy & Water saving processes. Resil adopts RSL & Sourcing Safer Ingredients

Industrial Responsibilities

Reduced Carbon Footprint & Chemical Wastage, and adoption of ISO 14064 standards



In order to protect renewable resources like water and power, Resil never stopped creating environmental management plans. Sustainable packaging materials reduction, reuse, and replacement have made tremendous progress. The reduction of solid waste and the reuse of wastewater are examples of continuous development. The boilers and power generators were upgraded to a CNG-based fuel system to reduce the environmental impact of CO2.


At Resil, our priority has always been the well-being and security of our employees, suppliers, clients, and local communities. We provided Klenza branded sanitizing goods and sanitization know-how to help hospitals and police departments that were fighting the COVID-19 virus together. No incidents were reported in our factories, and there were no fatal workplace accidents involving our full-time employees or our contractors. We have successfully obtained SA8000 certification.


Resil has a flat management structure that allows us to effectively communicate the strategic direction throughout the organization by setting up goals and objectives (GOs). The GOs are closely monitored for implementation to meet the ever-changing business needs. The GOs are cascaded until the last level in the organization for effective execution. The main executive decision-making body on business and operations is the Executive Committee (EC). The EC structure incorporates all the key management functions and is responsible for determining the strategy, structure, and future development. The EC is responsible for the execution of the strategy and direction approved by the Board of Directors (BOD).




We recognise that the textile business is likely the biggest environmental polluter. However, a small number of textile chemical producers are developing a number of cutting-edge ideas to lessen the environmental impact through latest techniques and products. This change started off very slowly but is now gathering significant momentum in India, Resil is a pioneer in these initiatives.

Resil continuously improves its technology and products to cut down on waste, water use, and shift to more environmentally friendly products. The company also has a sustainability group that tracks its carbon footprint and plans to gradually reduce it. It also has extensive facilities for testing and monitoring products, extensive employee training programs, and water-saving plant designs.



2023 Carbon Footprint Targets

We are committed to reduce the carbon emissions by focusing on the following areas:

  • Reduce usage of solvents
  • Scaling up pack size to reduce packaging consumption
  • Investments in Renewable Energy
  • Sourcing locally to reduce Carbon Footprint on transportation
  • Adoption of digital communication rather than paper based
  • Reduction in business travel
Carbon Emission Categories

The industry's upstream processes, from the development of textile fibers to the manufacture of fashion clothes, heavily rely on the planet's limited resources, including land, water, and energy. The treatment of textile fibers and clothes also involves the use of chemicals that have a significant detrimental impact on the environment.

One of the biggest expenses in production is energy. From a business standpoint, encouraging energy efficiency is consequently a top priority for us.

Our plan is to quickly switch to renewable energy sources while continuing to utilize less energy overall.

A number of initiatives have been started by Resil to improve sustainability performance, and we are working to implement ISO 14067:2018.



Silicone Polymers

with low D4-D5-D6

  • Recently silicone monomer D4 is included in the restricted substances in the REACH(ECHA-EU)
  • EU safety and environmental regulations as well as textile registration bodies such as Bluesign and OEKOTEX mandates D4, D5, D6 < 0.1% in final chemical products.
  • D4, D5, D6 content below 0.3% in silicone polymers is sufficient to formulate final products with D4, D5, D6 < 0.1%.
  • Resil's new innovative process ensures in-house silicone polymers and intermediates manufactured to meet D4, D5, D6 < 0.1 %.
  • Resil's new innovation in chemical process engineering is capable of reaching D4, D5, D6 <0.001% in its products making it the most sustainable silicone solution to textiles.


Resil’s standards of supply chain partner engagement

Resil is committed to responsible business conduct. The Supply Chain Partners (vendors, suppliers, third-party sellers, manufacturers, contractors, subcontractors, and their agents) of Resil are valued business associates of the organisation. Resil strives to achieve success for all its stakeholders by risk management initiative to ensure smooth operations.

This document intends to establish sustainability expectation in the supply chain by highlighting the means of achieving a balance in business economics with environmental and social responsibility in transparent manner in the value chain. This shall help minimize regulatory, reputational, consumer requirement and business continuity risks, and enable market acceptance of business for all stakeholders in the business.

We want to help our Supply Chain Partners in meeting the expectations set out in Resil’s standards of supply chain partner engagement. The Standards are based on international standards or, in the absence of such standards, accepted good practice. The standards of supply chain partner engagement outline the safeguards to be adopted in labour engagement, environment and occupation safety and health conduct by our supply chain partners as a united effort towards lowering risks.

Resil shall conduct assessment of your organization’s facility or you will conduct self-assessment in a transparent manner based on the standards set out in this document and share the Report to Resil. If your organization does not immediately meet the standards as set out, Resil will work with you to ensure that these are achieved within an agreed timeframe.

Resil’s sustainability vision

Resil's vision is to bring world-class sustainable technologies to market that can save water, energy, and the use of chemicals that have the least impact on the environment, thereby helping protect workers, consumers, and the planet at large.

Resil’s values