As an international company representing some of the biggest names in fashion and sport, Hudson is seeking to ramp up its sustainability efforts in order to minimise harm to its surrounding environment.
The company shared this latest development in a press statement, wherein Hudson Holdings Chairman and Founder Alfie Borg stated that “the brands we choose to represent are proactively reducing the impact of fashion and sport clothing on the environment.”
“They not only seek to reduce their carbon footprint but also want to play an active role in being part of the solution, by working tirelessly through innovation to reduce waste.”
“Besides cooperating with brands who share this philosophy, our offices, outlets, and storage facilities have put in place several sustainable measures. We are looking introspectively to fine-tune our procedures to be more respectful towards the environment”, Mr Borg added.
Some of the ways in which Hudson are trying to be more sustainable include the installation of recycling bins for clothes and shoes, utilising rainwater, using electric vehicles, doing away with disposable cups and making sure that members of staff get their personlised reusable cups, as well as reusing and recycling stock delivery cardboard boxes.
Hudson are also currently in the process of installing solar panels on their roofs.
“We believe that every little helps and saving the planet starts at home….and within the office” explains Mr Borg.
“Employees play a vital role in reducing waste, because as they say, ‘change starts from within’ and if it isn’t our employees to be given the tools to support the environment, there is no use professing the importance of caring for the environment unless we do so within the offices we frequent daily”, he adds.
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