At JUJU we recognize that the protection of our planet’s natural resources is one of the most important issues facing the world today. We are committed to incorporating environmentally responsible practices into our business activities. We are taking steps to manage resources responsibly in the face of increasing resource scarcity. In particular, we aim to reduce our carbon footprint by cutting energy consumption and increasing energy efficiency – both within our business and across our value chain. We are also focused on reducing and phasing out hazardous chemicals, safeguarding water resources, innovating towards more sustainable packaging and sourcing raw materials in a way that respects people, animals and the environment.
We address environmental and climate change impacts across our owned and operated facilities, products and packaging and supply chain as referenced below.
Owned and Operated Facilities – Offices, Warehouses, and Stores
We strive to manage our facilities in an environmentally responsible fashion, carefully considering our impacts on soil, air and water at all our locations. To achieve this goal, we
- Practice waste reduction by seeking to reuse or recycle as much of our waste as possible.
- Develop and implement initiatives to reduce our energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Encourage frank and open communications among workplace environments.
- Continue to explore cost effective means to reduce our use of water, paper and other resources.
- Use, when feasible, materials that are designed to have minimal impact on the environment.
Products And Packaging
We endeavour to consider the environmental impacts of the materials used in the manufacturing and packaging of our apparel and other products. Our efforts include:
- Reviewing raw materials to identify ways to source them more sustainably.
- Working to remove hazardous chemicals from our supply chain.
- Reviewing packaging strategies and materials to reduce and make the best use of recycled and recyclable materials.
We recognize that our supply chain processes impact the environment. While we do not have direct control over our suppliers, vendors and service providers, we:
- Require our suppliers and vendors to comply with applicable environmental laws in their countries and encourage more efficient environmental performance at their facilities and in the communities in which they operate.
- Seek to have our suppliers and vendors meet our environmental requirements with respect to waste water, hazardous chemicals, air quality and waste management.
- Consider environmental performance in our sourcing decisions.
- Include environmental considerations in our transportation decisions. This involves encouraging our third-party transportation providers to participate in organizations and in programs that seek to improve transportation management with regard to air quality, energy efficiency and other environmental impacts.