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Environmental Policy

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

COOL GRAY conducts its business with a vision of creating long-term value and respect for the principles of sustainability and environmental responsibility. It therefore encourages the responsible and efficient use of energy and natural resources, aiming to minimise the environmental impact resulting from its activity.

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COOL GRAY, in its footwear industry context, assumes before all its stakeholders (employees, customers, suppliers, ...) the commitment to:

  1. To manage its activity in compliance with the appropriate environmental legislation and regulations, using raw materials and components, including chemical products, which, as a minimum, comply with the REACH regulation and/or other overlapping criteria.

  2. Minimise the environmental impact of the activity, seeking to suppress all acts that endanger the environment, with particular attention to the treatment of chemicals, the protection of soils, watercourses and/or rainwater and the management of waste, particularly "hazardous" waste.

  3. To promote, through internationally recognised standards, the certification of environmental management, measuring and monitoring the environmental performance of COOL GRAY, investing in its continuous improvement, and making available, in total transparency, the results obtained.

  4. Allocate the necessary resources to ensure that performance objectives are met, including where applicable, the awareness and training of employees on their environmental responsibilities.

  5. Maintain an active search and analysis of good environmental performance practices on an ongoing basis, permanently evolving its commitments. 

  6. Open the environmental process and commitment to all stakeholders, so that they can understand COOL GRAY's environmental commitments in their entirety and without ambiguity.

  7. To provide a safe and healthy environment for employees, preventing the occurrence of accidents at work, fires, or other emergency situations, and should they occur, to have the means for response and containment that minimise their impact.


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