While making workwear for demanding conditions, we minimize the environmental impact of our production process to protect the delicate balance of our planet. We have already achieved much, but we are just getting started.
High-quality clothes last for a long time, which in itself is environmentally friendly. By choosing recycled options, we save raw materials, and by avoiding packaging plastics, we reduce the environmental impact of plastic pollution. Taking important steps is easy, and it doesn’t even have to cost much. Use the calculator on the right to see the impact you can make just by choosing recycled fabrics.
Respecting people and the environment
Many of our clothes are made in developing countries, where the standard of living is very low. With our own actions, we can positively effect change. We are fair to our employees, we respect nature and comply with the ILO international regulations. Each of our suppliers is committed to complying with Logonet’s Code of Conduct, and most of our suppliers are either BSCI or SA8000 audited.
Room for improvement
We want to do our part caring for this great planet. While making sure our workwear is safe, ergonomic and good-looking, we can simultaneously have a positive impact. The greatest positive environmental impact we can have is by considering our choice of materials. That is our main focus. However, there are other decisions that make a difference, too.
By 2020, we aim to achieve these environmental goals:
Use of recycled materials
- 50% of lining fabrics are replaced with recycled materials.
- 75% of insulation materials used in winter clothes are made of reclaimed plastic waste.
- Customers are offered an option made of recycled materials whenever it is technically possible.
Our other goals
- All cardboard packaging made of recycled materials.
- Reduction of individual packaging, particularly plastic packages.
- When individual plastic packaging cannot be avoided, a biodegradable option is always used.
- Minimizing air cargo in transport.
- Improving our Green Office benchmark by another 15%.