Reda takes another important step towards sustainability

Reda Group has taken yet another step forward in the field of sustainability with the creation of an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), a protocol that certifies the impact correlated with the creation of the Group’s products


The path to sustainability


An evaluation of the life cycle and Environmental Product Declaration is carried out to analyze the performance of Reda textiles and to guarantee the smallest possible environmental impact during the production process

The path to sustainability


Reda obtains the Traceability and Fashion certificate that guarantees complete traceability of all of its fabrics in the production process from farm to finished product

The path to sustainability


The Reda production center is equipped with more than 100 solar panels in order to reduce electricity consumption and CO2 emissions by 440 tons in one year. Reda stipulates an agreement for the acquisition of raw materials exclusively from farms that possess the Zque certification, which guarantees respect for the environment and animal wellbeing. Reda signs specific contracts with growers to guarantee their continuity and the best possible working conditions related to requisites including traceability, quality, respect for the environment and animal welfare.

The path to sustainability


Reda develops a health and safety management system for the workplace that involves the evaluation and management of all eventual safety risks

The path to sustainability


Reda completes construction of its new production center in Crocemosso (in the Biella province of Italy), equipped with an innovative water purification system used to guarantee optimal work conditions for its employees

The path to sustainability


Reda acquires 30,000 sheep and three farms in New Zealand: Glenrock Station, Rugged Ridges and Otamatapaio Station. This marks the beginning of a road that will lead to exceptional quality fabrics made from Merino wool thanks to a meticulous selection process of raw materials and a scrupulous supervision of the entire production chain