Sustainability in 2022
Highlighting our favourite sustainable pieces this season...
Ahead of the Waste Management Open starting today at TPC Scottsdale we've decided to highlight some of our favourite sustainable pieces available online, as well as looking at the steps we've taken as a company to become more sustainable.
• Changed to brown packing boxes with printed logos instead of dyed black boxes to make them easier to recycle
• Changed our packing bags to a recyclable option
• Partnered with Green Tees Golf for bamboo tee gifts in every parcel
• Actively reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfills by using reusable bottles in the office
• Diligently separating recyclable items (milk cartons, cans, tins) etc from main rubbish bins
• Using a carbon-neutral company for domestic deliveries (DPD)
• Turning the office heating down one degree (and wearing a warm hoodie or knit!)
• Using public transport where possible to minimise our carbon footprint when going to meetings
• Car sharing (when rules allow) to reduce carbon impact
• Excess coffee grounds are used on office plants and employees gardens as fertiliser
• Re-using and rep-purposing old electrical items and furniture
Brands including J.Lindeberg, adidas, BOSS, Ralph Lauren, Nike, Puma and more have all taken a step towards more sustainable fashion in recent years. They are looking to use organic cotton and reduce the usage of virgin polyester to lessen the impact on our planet for future generations. Check out some of our favourite pieces below from the sustainable edit.