With the publication of its Sustainability Report, the Riri Group shares its economic, environmental and social performances and improvements according to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards.
Being ‘responsible today for a sustainable tomorrow’ means simultaneously offering quality in all our products, meeting the needs of today’s generation without compromising those of future generations. Aware of the environmental impact of the fashion industry, within Riri we are extremely careful and active in finding solutions to mitigate our carbon footprint.
In addition to the environmental achievements highlighted within the report, Riri continues to measure its CO2 emissions and take action to reduce them in line with its sustainability journey. Recognising the vital role our people play, in 2022 we have focused on the human and social aspect of sustainability with a particular focus on diversity, equity and inclusion with the aim of making improvements across our business in the near future.
Riri Group’s sustainability report covers the year 2022 (1 January to 31 December) and reports on seven of eight plants, including the Tuscan sites AMOM and DMC dedicated to the production of metal components and fashion jewels. Excluded from the 2022 report is the plant in Pergine Valsugana (TN), as it has been acquired by Riri during the year 2022.
We have calculated our Corporate Footprint in partnership with Quantis: