People are the beating heart of our operation. Ensuring our colleagues feel safe, empowered and happy in their work environment will help our business thrive.
Working in a factory comes with risks. We’re doing everything we can to minimize those and are in the process of receiving ISO 45001 certification to certify that.
We’re setting up a Learning & Development programme for every employee to have an opportunity to grow.
As of 2023, we’ll go beyond only our own employees. We’ve written out a Code of Conduct that we expect all our clients and suppliers to adhere to with regards to how they treat their employees.
The global personal care industry pumps out over 120 billion units of packaging a year. We’re trying to help the consumer have options to choose from that will be better for both their body and the planet.
We’re developing new ideas that don’t require new packaging every time you run out of product.
In 2021, we almost doubled the number of refills made and ramped up our efforts on upcycled ingredients and waterless products.
Lack of regulation has helped greenwashing become the norm.
We’re working to achieve transparency throughout our entire supply chain, and we formulate in a way that our clients don’t need to exaggerate what’s in their products.
Recycled packaging reduces the drilling, mining or synthesis of new materials.
We’re steering our clients towards cardboard, glass, aluminium and recycled plastic.
Rebel-Nature realizes that urgent action is needed to curb climate change. Actions need to be taken across our whole value chain, but for now we’ll start with our own operations.
We currently throw away ca. 1500kg of waste per month, of which 21% is recycled.
As we’ve grown, we have still managed to keep the amount of waste flat and will continue our efforts to do so.
Honestly, this one we’re still figuring out. Our machines need electricity and keeping our facilities clean requires water.
We don’t own the building we manufacture in but are in discussions with our landlord to get solar panels installed on the roof. We’re also encouraging consciousness amongst our employees, to ensure we only use what we really need.
Since 2022, we have been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.