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Mission

Develop and circulate responsible products, correct ecological information and quality ethical products.

  • To participate in our planet’s welfare;
  • To improve our ecosystem by supplying responsible products;
  • To supply comprehensible information on ecology to help you make the right choices and inform you on your consumer choices;
  • To distribute quality ethical products at a fair price.

 

Ecological committments:

3R Eco™ develops its products using materials consistent with sustainable development and a positive ecological impact. Jute is reusable, recyclable and compostable.

  • Since January 2011, our bags are certified. This means 3R Eco compensates the CO2 emissions generated by the manufacturing and distribution of its bags.

  • 3R Eco™ contributes to the compensation of its CO2 emissions by financing the construction of a wind power plant in India.

  • 3R Eco™ collaborates with other organizations and complies with environmental certifications such as Éco Entreprises Québec (ÉEQ), ISO 9001:2008 (quality), ISO 14001:2004 (environment)

  • Our factories are certified SA 8000 (safety in the workplace)

  • The printing inks used on our bags are water-based and our fabric dyes are certified AZO Free

 

Ethical commitments:

We believe in the principles guiding fairness in the workplace and the improvement of working and living conditions. We cooperate in improving education in underprivileged surroundings.

  • We comply with and apply the standards of the International Labour Organization (ILO): banning of child and forced labour, the application of labour laws, freedom of association and collective bargaining; employment security. More information on ILO standards…
  • Through concern for equity in developing nations, 3R Eco contributes directly to the quality of life, the education and emancipation of it’s workers and their families.

3R Eco gives support in financing the "Vidya Vihar" school located within the plant’s facility. This school houses 500 students and also offers its access to children of neighbouring villages whose parents do not have the means to enrol them in governmental schools.