As stated in the article in Vanity Fair Ethics and Rights: what fashion (does not) say, it is now established that the fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world after the oil industry:“…We know that in 2017 (as reported by Il Sole 24 Ore, citing the estimates of Statist) on a planet populated by about 7.6 billion people, 154 billion pieces of clothing were sold, with a tendency to multiply the supply (which rhymes with the fast fashion phenomenon) …”
Another aspect not to be overlooked, besides the pollution caused by this way of doing business that no longer aims at the quality but at the quantity, is the treatment of workers that is increasingly worrying:“… a pressure without measure on the workers, who see undermined the basic human rights, decent pay, health and safety …”
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Despite this unencumbering scenario, at Rebby Clothing Service we are committed every day to reducing the environmental impact as much as possible and to ensuring ethical working conditions: “Fundamental prerequisites for creating an harmonious and profitable working environment”, says the management.
In 2018, we approved our first Code of Ethics as an integral part of our organizational model. We have entrusted this document with the task of recalling our core values as a beacon for our customers and employees.
Thank you for your attention
The Rebby team