The textile sector is among the sectors where raw materials are used intensively. As SARP Jeans, we attach importance to reducing the use of resources by using raw materials efficiently, preventing the generation of wastes, reducing the related wastes at the source, appropriate disposal and recycling.
We manage hazardous and non-hazardous wastes generated in our factory in accordance with legal regulations. We contribute to the circular economy, which is of great importance to reduce resource consumption and waste, within the framework of a sustainable business model, and we work to be a zero waste organization. We aim to reduce textile waste and non-recyclable waste
In our country and r egion; Due to many reasons such as industrialization, unplanned urbanization, industrialization in agricultural areas, our water resources are decreasing and the severity of global water stress is increasing. While global water use has increased by about 15% in the last century, water quality and access to water are decreasing day by day with the threats arising from the climate crisis on existing water resources. For this reason, reducing water consumption or increasing its recycling by developing innovative processes with our fabric and washing suppliers is among our primary goals.
About 7 0% of greenhouse gas emissions originate from energy. For this reason, as SARP Jeans, we calculated our carbon footprint for the first time in 2021. To manage energy consumption more effectively; Together with our own production facility, we plan to implement projects aimed at monitoring energy data,
using natural resources efficiently, reducing energy consumption and using renewable energy resources, especially for our stakeholders in our supply chain.