Ethical Policy

Ethical Policy

Our responsibility as an employer and service provider to our customers means that we have to be committed to ensuring we operate ethically and our partners & suppliers in turn do so too.

We do associate ourselves with a wide range of brands, and we’d never knowingly affiliate ourselves with another brand/company that did not operate in this way. However, we do recommend that our customers conduct their own due diligence when it comes to choosing which brands to offer on their store.

There are Organic and Fair Share ranges available on our website through Continental Clothing. We are also aiming to improve our organic options throughout 2019 to give our customers a wider choice when it comes to ethically sourced products.

Our social responsibility is also important to us; and as of November 2018 we have committed to donate any clothing that isn’t suitable to be shipped out to customers to be donated to charities within our local community. This reduces waste but also makes a difference in our local area and helps those who need it most.

Environmental Policy

Improving the impact we have on the environment is a key focus for us going into 2022. We already had measures in place but we’re always open to ideas or suggestions on how we can do better.

Our DTG printers use ink that’s Vegan friendly and OEKO-TEX certified, which means they contain no chemicals which negatively impact or harm the environment. The inks are water-based and because we use DTG there is less waste than other garment printing methods. We also donate and garments that don’t pass quality control to charity, which as well as helping our local community does reduce the amount of waste we dispose of.

Our mailing bags are made from brown paper. We do not use plastic in any of our packaging. We have replaced plastic bubble wrap with paper bubble wrap.

We offer a range of organic, vegan friendly and fair share garments through Continental Clothing and Stanley Stella.

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