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We are a champion of the environment, committed to a greener workplace and an efficient supply chain.
Our facility and supply chain teams have reduced our energy usage at our home office and distribution centers by implementing energy-saving practices and switching to energy-efficient light fixtures. We also recognize the impact we have by moving people and goods around the world. Our sales and credit teams participate in a work-from-home program that takes cars off the road and have reduced business travel by using web-based trainings. Our logistics team reduces our impact by ensuring efficient transport of our products, including improving container utilization rates and using intermodal transportation. We also ship with carriers that have adopted fuel-saving technologies and operational practices.
SanMar recognizes that water is a critical issue of our time. We strive to conserve water in our operations at our home office and our distribution centers. We encourage conservation by our employees and have invested in water-saving improvements to our facilities. We also realize that a large impact comes from the production and use of our products. We have committed to using the Sustainable Apparel Coalition’s Higg Index to evaluate our processes and support the improvement of our factories’ environmental management systems.
We are always looking for ways to reduce waste in our operations. We have compost and recycling programs in place at our facilities across the U.S., have seen huge savings from reusing cartons at our distribution centers and have launched several successful paperless initiatives. Our corporate recycling program includes regular collection events for electronic waste from our office and encourages employees to recycle their e-waste from home. We have also reduced waste in our supply chain by eliminating plastic bags in some shipments and pallets from ocean containers.