The issue of sustainability is everywhere these days: from Friday school strikes to the environmental impact of plastics and emissions to the damage caused by fossil fuel power generation, everyone has their own take on sustainability. But it's more complicated than we hear every day from the media. Sustainability involves much, much more.
Sustainability only works if we also assume social responsibility.
And for us, that means ensuring fair wages and safe working conditions. Sufficient work breaks are a matter of course for us. Sustainability strictly excludes child labor! Certificates like SocialFair and FairTrade show you that we don't just talk about sustainability, but actually do something about it.
In search of improvements
As a young start-up company, we are still looking for defensible solutions in some areas and are generally constantly striving for improvements. Our sustainability standards are high - but no one is perfect. We work on it every day. We're building our company sustainably from the start - even if it takes longer. And we want to support even more research projects in the future. Transparent work, by the way, is also a point that plays into sustainability. So here's another overview for you of what we're currently doing:
If you see this logo on one of our products, the product is made from organic materials.
If you see this logo on one of our products, the product is made from recycled materials.
If you see this logo on one of our products, the product has been manufactured exclusively under sustainable aspects.