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Crew Clothing Company has used Trimco Group UK to manage and implement the use of 100 percent recycled polybags across its extensive global supply chain.
As part of the brand's sustainability journey, Crew Clothing Company wanted to source a more circular solution to its regular polybags. Furthermore, with the UK Plastic Packaging Tax that came into force in April, the British clothing retailer was keen to implement the change quickly.
Even though the new legislation provides that the tax applies to packaging with less than 30% recycled plastic, Trimco Group's team advised the use of 100% recycled polybags.
Posted: 29 July 2022
During April and May, Miss Milly took part in the inaugural Sustainability Basics course offered by Small Business Britain.
A six-week course run with Oxford Brookes University, Small99 and Sustainable Pathways, the programme began with an introduction to sustainability and how to calculate your carbon footprint, and then looked at different areas in more detail, such as energy and transport, supply chain and carbon offsetting.
Small Business Britain will be running a second course from 6 September and Miss Milly is encouraging other businesses in the gift industry to get involved.
Posted: 24 June 2022
Minimalist footwear company Vivobarefoot and philanthropic organization One Earth launched the Take One Step for One Earth fundraising collaboration.
The partnership raised awareness of on-the-ground climate solutions and drove donations to three Indigenous-led projects.
Vivobarefoot unveiled co-branded trainers for adults and kids - the Primus Lite III & Primus Sport (for kids) in One Earth Neo Mint - and encouraged customers to engage with the campaign through social media.
Vivobarefoot matched any donations customers made to these projects through thr Vivobarefoot or the One Earth landing page.
Posted: 16 May 2022
To commemorate the occasion of Her Majesty The Queen becoming the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee in 2022, which follows seventy years of service, the British Hallmarking Council, has sanctioned a commemorative component mark.Designed by Thomas Fattorini Ltd, the mark depicts an orb, and can be applied to precious metal, alongside a hallmark, by any one of the four UK Assay Offices. The approval process of the mark took place over the last year and involved engineers at Goldsmiths' Hall refining designs for use by laser, or punches ranging in size from 1mm – 6mm in height.
Posted: 8 October 2021