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Supporting COP26 - sustainable practices in workwear and safety footwear
07 December 2021
SNICKERS WORKWEAR and Emma Safety Footwear are leading sustainable business practices in their industries.
With COP26 and environmental responsibility all around us, the 'circularity gap' is very much in focus for protective wear manufacturers and users alike. It’s so important it's claimed that by embracing the circular economy, global greenhouse gas emissions could be cut by 39%*
That’s why Emma Safety footwear created the world's first ‘100% circular’ safety footwear range, and Snickers Workwear is at the forefront of sustainability in the workwear industry by sourcing the highest quality, hard-wearing products with as little environmental impact as possible.
The combined result is environmentally-friendly, ergonomically designed working clothes and safety shoes that are not only designed to meet the physical demands that tradesmen and women face at work but will reduce your carbon footprint too.
A video explaining how Emma Safety Footwear and Snickers Workwear are dressing the 'circularity gap' can be seen here.
* Circularity Gap Report 2021 at https://www.cea.org.cy/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/circularity-gap-report-2021.pdf