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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

From the conception of our brand “doing the right thing” has been important to our team and customers. We believe it is the responsibility of every individual to be a good citizen, and while being a small player in a global market can at times be daunting, we believe our impact on human rights can be just as significant as larger operations and that we can all make a difference.

 

The below links provide further information about our Socially Responsible practices.

 

Amfori.

We have recently joined the Amfori BSCI initiative. The Business Social Compliance Initiative is a leading supply chain management system that supports companies to drive social compliance and improvements within the factories and farms in their global supply chains.

 

Find out more.

Better Cotton Initiative.

The Better Cotton Initiative exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future. BCI aims to transform cotton production worldwide by developing Better Cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity.

 

Find out more.

Reemi.

Reemi is a social enterprise and non-profit that exists to see humans flourish everywhere, with 100% of their profits going towards helping others.

 

With a combined passion for health education and addressing women’s empowerment, Reemi strive to break the cycle and create change to women’s health and wellbeing in the global garment industry with a focus on women's health, providing educational and sustainable products that work for all cultures.

 

For more information on Reemi – Click here.

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certification is designed to ensure the effect the dyeing industry has on the environment is minimised and the garments are safe for consumers as well as the people who make and sell them.

 

Find out more.

How We Source.

We seek to find and work with factory owners and management who share our values, operate a culture of dignity and respect, are in for the long term, and who like us are willing to embrace change and continuous improvement.

 

Find out more.

Our Supply Chain.

Here you can read more about our supply chain – from the origin of our raw cotton through to the yarn spinners, dye houses and final garment suppliers we work with.

 

Find out more.

Responsible Sourcing.

We are continuously developing our Responsible Sourcing Strategy. We have employed an experienced Ethical Sourcing specialist to shape and prioritise our strategy, to train and guide us through the more complex issues and importantly to drive the momentum.

 

Find out more.

Garment Care Guide.

If you care for your garments, and extend their life by as little as nine months, you can reduce their carbon footprint by around 20 – 30 percent. Here’s a few simple tips and tricks to help you maximise the life of your garments.

 

Find out more.

Removing plastic from
our supply chain.

Here at AS Colour we are committed to eliminate single use plastics, and plastic in general, from our supply chain. Through a thorough internal audit of our operations and supply chain, we have isolated areas we will improve upon. See below for a detailed list of what we are doing.

 

Find out more.

Production FAQ's.

Customers often ask about our production, including the ways we promote fair, safe and healthy conditions in our factories in Bangladesh and China – here we answer some of our most frequently asked questions.

 

Find out more.

Environmental Targets.

The climate crisis poses a major challenge to all industries, especially the apparel industry. We take our responsibility to look after the planet very seriously, which is why we’ve committed to reducing our GHG emissions by 30% before 2030 (2018 baseline).

 

Find out more.

Code Of Conduct.

This code defines labour standards that aim to achieve safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions for everyone working in our supply chain. We work with great people and we care for their well-being. We care how we do business, who we do business with, and how people are treated.

 

Find out more.

Social Responsibility

 

From the conception of our brand “doing the right thing” has been important to our team and customers. We believe it is the responsibility of every individual to be a good citizen, and while being a small player in a global market can at times be daunting, we believe our impact on human rights can be just as significant as larger operations and that we can all make a difference.

The below links provide further information about our Socially Responsible practices.

 

 

amfori

 

We have recently joined the Amfori BSCI initiative. The Business Social Compliance Initiative is a leading supply chain management system that supports companies to drive social compliance and improvements within the factories and farms in their global supply chains.

 

Find out more.

 

 

Better Cotton Initiative

 

The Better Cotton Initiative exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future. BCI aims to transform cotton production worldwide by developing Better Cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity.

 

Find out more.

 

 

Reemi

 

Reemi is a social enterprise and non-profit that exists to see humans flourish everywhere, with 100% of their profits going towards helping others.

 

With a combined passion for health education and addressing women’s empowerment, Reemi strive to break the cycle and create change to women’s health and wellbeing in the global garment industry with a focus on women's health, providing educational and sustainable products that work for all cultures.

 

For more information on Reemi – Click here.

 

 

OEKO-TEX®

 

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certification is designed to ensure the effect the dyeing industry has on the environment is minimised and the garments are safe for consumers as well as the people who make and sell them.

 

Find out more.

 

 

How We Source

 

We seek to find and work with factory owners and management who share our values, operate a culture of dignity and respect, are in for the long term, and who like us are willing to embrace change and continuous improvement.

 

Find out more.

 

 

Our Supply Chain

 

Here you can read more about our supply chain – from the origin of our raw cotton through to the yarn spinners, dye houses and final garment suppliers we work with.

 

Find out more.

 

 

Removing Plastic From our Supply Chain

 

Here at AS Colour we are committed to eliminate single use plastics, and plastic in general, from our supply chain. Through a thorough internal audit of our operations and supply chain, we have isolated areas we will improve upon. See below for a detailed list of what we are doing.

 

Find out more.

 

 

Responsible Sourcing

 

We are continuously developing our Responsible Sourcing Strategy. We have employed an experienced Ethical Sourcing specialist to shape and prioritise our strategy, to train and guide us through the more complex issues and importantly to drive the momentum.

 

Find out more.

 



Garment Care Guide

 

A little bit of care goes a long way. In fact, if you care for your garments, and extend their life by as little as nine months, you can reduce their carbon footprint by around 20 – 30 percent. Here’s a few simple tips and tricks to help you maximise the life of your garments, keeping your favourite garments in rotation and the planet in good nick at the same time…

 

Find out more.

 

 

Production FAQ's

 

Customers often ask about our production, including the ways we promote fair, safe and healthy conditions in our factories in Bangladesh and China – here we answer some of our most frequently asked questions.

 

Find out more.

 



Environmental Targets

 

The climate crisis poses a major challenge to all industries, especially the apparel industry. We take our responsibility to look after the planet very seriously, which is why we’ve committed to reducing our GHG emissions by 30% before 2030 (2018 baseline). 

 

Find out more.

 

 

 

Code of Conduct

 

This code defines labour standards that aim to achieve safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions for everyone working in our supply chain. We work with great people and we care for their well-being. We care how we do business, who we do business with, and how people are treated.

 

Find out more.