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We aim to create products that have minimal impact and are aligned with circular principles.
Recover™ measures the impact of our products and processes at each point in our value chain and continuously works to further reduce the footprint of our activities and products.
Not only do we aim to create products that are aligned with circular principles, we also promote circular design with our supply chain and brand partners. All Recover™ products are traceable, safe, and third-party certified.
- Recover™ products are made with minimal environmental impact.
- Recover™ is a zero-waste company.
- Recover™ products and practices are aligned with a circular ecosystem.
- Recover™ promotes circular design practices.
Recover™ products are made with minimal environmental impact.
Recover™ implemented an Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) to review, evaluate, and improve our environmental and social performance.
Recover™ set up environmental KPIs and goals for water, energy, waste and chemical products starting with our Spanish facility. This process will be repeated for all Recover™ hubs worldwide.
Furthermore, we are assessing the environmental performance of our products and processes through the Higg Facility Environmental Module (FEM) and the Higg Materials Sustainability Index (MSI).
Recover™ is a zero-waste company.
In 2021, Recover™ mapped the waste streams allowing us to determine a baseline for setting ambitious targets for prevention, recovery, and recycling.
We have embedded sustainability requirements within waste management contracts, with the aim of sending zero waste to landfills.
Recover™ products and practices are aligned with a circular ecosystem.
We launched our PCW project; onboarded supply chain and brand partners for the project; identified Recover’s PCW sourcing network; and started mapping the ecosystem of PCW suppliers.
We collaborated on industry projects such as Accelerating Circularity Project and ReHubs, aiming to establish and scale circular supply chains for textiles. The pre- and post-consumer waste recycled for the closed-loop projects was used to create new textile products including jackets, polo shirts and canvas bags.