Logo%20SGi%20N%26B.ai Apparently as the first company within the outdoor industry, Jack Wolfskin has agreed to join the “Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals” project. In the framework of the program, a member company is required to follow a special collective roadmap for sustainability from now until the year 2020. The to-do list requires not only improvements on the long way to “zero discharge” for the brand's finished products, but also for all the other manufacturing and distribution stages within the entire supply chain. In 2012, Jack Wolfskin will have to report its progress on a quarterly basis, switching to annual reporting in the following years.