We strive to be fair every step of the way. Entitled “For People, For Our Planet”, our Sustainable Development Strategy is a response
to the urgent climate challenges that we face today. We have decided to focus on environmental goals, because it is the state
of the environment that determines the future and the quality of life for all the people on the planet.
Implementation of the Eco Aware Production programme in the areas of water management and power generation.
25% of all clothes produced by the LPP belong to Eco Aware collections
30% of all our factories in South Asia are covered by the Eco Aware Production programme
100% of our jeans factories are covered by the Eco Aware Production programme
Used clothing collection at 100% of our stores
1 million PLN for investment in new textile waste disposal technologies
50% of all Reserved clothes belong to Eco Aware collections
CO2 reduced by 15%
Membership in the ZDHC programme
100% of our products that contain wool or down have a RDS or RWS certificate
Complete compliance with ZDHC standards
100% of online Mohito and Reserved order delivery packaging does not contain single-use plastics
100% of online House, Cropp, Sinsay delivery foil packaging is recycled
Disposable foil used to package samples is reduced by 50%
100% of all price tags are free from foil
100% of all cardboards are either recycled or have a certificate
100% of packaging materials in our stores are recycled
100% of plastics used in our packaging are fit to be reused, recycled or composted
Starting the implementation of the Eco Aware Stores programme
100% of our servers and online stores are powered by green energy
All new buildings have an environmental certificate (BREEAM/LEED)
100% of our stores are covered by the Eco Aware STORES programme
We wish to make a positive contribution to the global goals of the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” adopted by the UN General Assembly. The agenda is a development plan and a roadmap for the world, indicating what should be done to prevent the greatest social and environmental risks in the coming years. The document serves as a reference framework for governments, international organizations, the worlds of business and science, and regular citizens.
• We organize many development programmes and provide our employees with opportunities to improve their qualifications.
• We cooperate with universities to support the education of young designers and give them an opportunity to gain experience in the field.
• We work to improve the quality of education for children and young people in the communities in which we invest.
• We are one of the largest taxpayers in Poland and the largest one in the coastal region. We support the growth of local entrepreneurship.
• We employ 21 977 people in Poland and beyond.
• We implement good practices across the supply chain, contributing to compliance with human rights and workers’ rights, as well as improved safety standards, in the factories of our Asian suppliers.
• We are a fully omnichannel organization that effectively integrates in-store and e-commerce sales.
• Since 2016, we have invested 180 million PLN in Fashion Tech, including projects such as the implementation of electronic price tags (RFID).
• We have developed modern and diversified logistics solutions, including a network of distribution centres and Fulfilment Centres at strategic locations in Poland and beyond.
• We ensure diversity within the company.
• More than half of all the executive and managerial positions in the company are filled by women.
• We employ staff with disabilities and provide them with opportunities for professional growth.
• We support corporate volunteering.
• We make sure that our suppliers respect human rights, workers’ rights and safety standards.
• The LPP Foundation supports individuals at risk of social exclusion.
• We support the development of Gdańsk and Kraków, as well as the neighbourhoods in which we operate.
• We respond to the needs of local communities.
• We take active part in the social life of the Brześć Kujawski commune, supporting the education of its youngest residents.
• We systematically increase the proportion of our brands’ collections that are made from eco-friendly fabrics.
• We implement our Eco Aware Production programme in the areas of water management and power generation. We do quality checks across the supply chain.
• Having joined the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) we have been involved in adopting a list of hazardous substances that are banned from clothing production.
• We collect used clothing throughout Poland and give it a second life by handing it over to those who may need it.
• We pursue the ambitious goals of our sustainable development strategy (For People, For Our Planet), increasing the proportion of eco-friendly collections (Eco Aware), cutting our use of plastic and reducing our carbon footprint.
• The total GHG emission of the LPP Group per the number of items of clothing sold decreased by 2.2%.
• In e-commerce shipments, we have completely eliminated non-recycled poly mailers, thanks to which we have reduced 300 tons of plastic from circulation.
• As the first Polish fashion retailer, we join internal initiatives aimed to significantly reduce the impact on the environment.
• We have joined the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest initiative that brings together companies committed to sustainable development goals, and sworn to abide by its principles.
Since 2013, we have been the only Polish member of ACCORD – The Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety, an organization that acts on behalf of the fashion industry to improve the working conditions in Bangladesh. One goal of ACCORD is to implement solutions that ensure fire safety in factories and educate staff about safety procedures and workers’ rights. As a result, workers learn about the anonymous reporting system that they can use to notify us of any irregularities, such as safety hazards in their factory.
We signed an agreement with Open Cages, and committed ourselves to giving up natural furs. We also joined the international Fur Free Retailer initiative.
We joined Pomeranian Employers, the largest and the oldest organization of employers from the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Its purpose is to represent the interests of employers before the authorities, as well as business regulators and controllers.
We became a partner of the Development Initiation Fund (FIR), a local fund set up to lend financial and practical support to the best intersectoral initiatives that contribute to social and economic change in local communities or the Pomeranian Voivodeship at large.
We acceded to the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest initiative for businesses committed to sustainable development.
We joined the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, a global initiative to foster a circular economy in plastics management.
We joined the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC), initiative that aims to eliminate hazardous chemicals from the value chain of the clothing industry. Together with our suppliers, we are committed to the most stringent standards that often go beyond what is legally required in an effort to eliminate hazardous chemicals from our supply chain, and we expect to achieve total compliance with ZDHC requirements by 2025.
We also signed the Polish Plastic Pact, which supports the shift of plastic management toward a circular economy.
We became a founding member of the Association of Polish Employers of Trade and Services [ZPPHiU]