Eliminating Waste

Beyond our products, we are also taking steps to source sustainable materials for our packaging. For instance, all the cardboard used for our packing and shipping boxes is FSC certified, made with materials sourced from responsibly managed forests. We even operate a closed-loop recycling solution for our cardboard waste, which is collected and recycled into new boxes for us to reuse. 

As well as reducing our environmental impact, we strive to empower and support the individuals and communities who are impacted by our supply chain in the UK and across the globe. 

THG’s Modern Slavery Statement is reviewed annually and details the steps taken by the Group to assess and prevent, to the extent possible, slavery and human trafficking occurring in any part of its business or supply chains. 

The Group’s commitment in this area is demonstrated not only through our Anti-Slavery Policy but also by our membership of Sedex, one of the world’s leading ethical trade membership organisations enabling companies to manage and improve working conditions in global supply chains. Through Sedex, we engage with our suppliers to review and audit their environmental and ethical performance, ensuring that responsible practices are being upheld throughout our supply chain. THG’s Modern Slavery policy can be found here. 

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