Greener Brands

These brands work hard to look after the environment, click through for how they are working towards a cleaner planet.
  • Fjallraven

    Fjallraven

    Reduce, reuse and recycle

    Fjällräven’s goal is to make products that are long-lasting, hard-wearing, pure and functional. This longevity calls for a conscious approach all through the product life cycle.
    The journey towards a more sustainable future begins during the design phase and does not end until the product is completely worn out, and then hopefully recycled, after years of escapades.
    When considering a new material, we take good time to evaluate resource-efficiency, quantities, chemical composition, etc. before we decide how to move on. We compare materials and strive to choose those with the best sustainability profiles. We also look at renewability and if materials are degradable or recyclable.

    Applied to different aspects of sustainability our production philosophy can be summarized as:

    • We try to use processes that are as gentle on the environment as possible and that minimize consumption of water, chemicals and energy.
    • We use recycled and organic materials when available, without this compromising with our demands on durability.
    • We strive to be as energy-efficient as possible and to plan and optimize transports to curb carbon emissions.
    • We have a principle of precaution when it comes to chemicals, avoiding toxic and hazardous chemicals as much as possible and continuously searching for environmentally sound options.
    • We try to make use of spill material from our production.

    In two product series – Numbers and Eco-shell – we have fully embraced a sustainability approach to see what is possible to achieve and what's not. The features in these series which have proven to be scalable are now gradually being applied to other products as well.

    Partnership with Sustainable Apparel Coalition

    To have a systematic approach in our work, and to learn from and share our best practices with other forward-thinking companies, we have joined the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, an industry-wide group of over 80 leading apparel and footwear companies and NGOs working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel and footwear products around the world.

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  • Gransfors Bruks

    Gransfors Bruks


    Everything that is produced requires resources and all these resources have some impact on our environment and on people. What resources we use and what we use these resources for is a question of responsibility. We see it as a combination of environmental, ethical and social responsibility. As a company, we have unlimited responsibility for the total picture and it is our obligation to work on these issues at all times.

    Environment

    The best thing we can do for the environment is to make small numbers of quality products that last a long time. A good product that is looked after is likely to have an extended life, which means we don’t need to make as many of them. As proof of our commitment to making long-lasting products, our axes come with a 20 year guarantee.

    For our axes, we use recycled steel, vegetable tanned, chromium-free leather and wooden handles made of hickory. The choice of material is important, not just for environmentally aware manufacturing, but also in terms of what happens to the materials when the axe finally reaches the end of its life. The steel can be recycled, while the leather and the handle will decompose, so no waste is created.

    We also have a long-standing plan to entirely cease our dependence on oil, where we for example have made investments so that we can heat our premises using ground-source heating and modern HF furnaces to heat our steel instead of oil-fired furnaces. We also have a huge interest in reducing our energy consumption and we are therefore continuously investing in energy saving measures. Our latest goal is that in the near future become completely self-sufficient in renewable energy.

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  • Klean Kanteen

    Klean Kanteen

    The "benefit" part of our mission is a big deal to us. We use our business as a force for good in everything we do—from the products we make to the nonprofit partnerships we forge, to the way we show up in our communities and the positive impact we have on the world.

    Certified B-Corp

    As a certified B Corp, klean kanteen are part of a movement of more than 2,000 global companies that meet high standards of social and environmental transparency, accountability and performance. Together, we’re redefining success in business.

    1% for the Planet Member

    As a proud 1% For The Planet member, klean kanteen have contributed more than £1.2 million directly to environmental organizations dedicated to preserving and restoring wild places.

    Sustainability


    Sustainability is an important word at Klean. It begins at their headquarters in Chico and extends from the festivals and events they serve to their shipping practices and operations overseas.

    Energy

    Klean kanteen proudly purchase a combination of Renewable Energy Certificates (energy created from renewable sources like wind and solar) and Carbon Offsets (from projects that capture and absorb carbon) equal to their use.

    Manufacturing

    Klean Kanteen products are handmade in China. Their factories are socially and environmentally responsible and enable us to produce an exceptional product at an affordable price for Klean fans worldwide.
    Our manufacturing operations meet high standards of quality (ISO 9001 & ISO/TS 16949), safe and fair labour, ethical business and environmental responsibility (ISO 14001). And we’re always working to improve.

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  • Nikwax

    Nikwax

    Nikwax is still owned by its founder Nick Brown, an outdoor enthusiast who uses science to improve people’s comfort and enjoyment of the natural world. But he is fully aware that if humankind is to continue enjoying what nature provides, then we all have to think hard about how we are going to protect it. This is the source of Nikwax’s commitment to low impact products, and it’s a commitment which over the years has drawn many like minded thinkers into the company.

    We know we are not perfect, so a key part of our philosophy is to measure and understand our footprint so that we can hold ourselves to account. From CO2 emissions down to the chemicals which make up our products, we want to know what we are putting out there, and what its impact is likely to be. Nikwax applies a scientific approach that combines understanding, measurement and continuous improvement.

    Nikwax takes real action in a broad range of areas. From internal policies to reduce direct impacts, to external funding of conservation and education, we strive to live by our principles and set an example to the rest of the industry.
    We know that we are working hard to reduce our environmental impact, but we also believe that consumers should have a healthy scepticism when it comes to companies’ environmental claims. To promote a culture of transparency and public scrutiny, we have decided to share our environmental performance data online. Flattering or otherwise, we are laying it out for all to see, allowing the public to make their own minds up about our efforts.

    Click here to see all our Nikwax Products
  • Paramo

    Paramo
    Fair Trade Manufacturing

    Páramo’s partnership with the Miquelina Foundation in Bogotá, Colombia began in 1992. This partnership gives valuable opportunities for vulnerable people – women at risk of prostitution and drugs are offered training and employment, homes and childcare. Over 80% of Páramo’s annual production occurs at Miquelina, including all our Analogy waterproof garments. All garments manufactured at Miquelina now carry the World Fair Trade Organization Fair Trade label.

    Gear that Lasts

    Páramo garments offer significant advantages over other manufacturers’ garments in terms of durability and longevity. Fabrics and components are high quality; designs are classic and timeless, translating function into style. Easily repairable with no taping to peel or degrade. Jackets often last 15 years or more.

    PÁRAMO RECYCLING SCHEME

    Páramo is always looking for the path of least environmental impact. The Páramo Recycling Scheme is our way of providing a safe route for disposal of unwanted garments. We'll take back any Páramo product (except underwear), and either find it a new home, or recycle it into new fabric. As a reward for your effort in getting old gear back to us, you can expect a generous discount on new Páramo products.

    WORKING TOWARDS WATER-REPELLENCY WITHOUT HAZARDOUS FLUOROCARBON CHEMICALS (PFCS)

    All new Paramo gear is now certified PFC free, there are some older items with PFC's but these have mostly been cleared.

    SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION

    Our love for the outdoors goes beyond being active in it – we also recognise our responsibility to protect it. Without rainforests and other natural habitats, we would not only forfeit the marvellous biodiversity which makes them so stunning, but also endanger the vital ecosystems which humans rely on. That’s why Páramo has helped to fund a variety of conservation projects and offset our carbon footprint

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  • Tentipi

    Tentipi

    Tentipi last - a long time

    Our ecopolicy

    As a corporate enterprise, Tentipi does not only strive to provide first-class products. We want to do so in a way that promotes long-term sustainability and that shows consideration for our fellow beings, future generations and the planet we share.

    One important step is to reduce our consumption of energy and raw materials. One way of achieving this is to apply a long-term perspective to product development, e.g. by making constructions that increase a product's length of life and by finding materials that are highly durable.

    Another important step is to use materials and methods of production that are as ecofriendly as possible. One example of this is that we have started looking for alternative materials that have less impact on the environment. The challenge for us is to make these materials fulfil our stringent requirements regarding the performance of our products.

    A third and equally important step is to re-use or recycle all materials that can be reclaimed. To this end, we sort out waste as much as possible in our various departments.

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