At Lindberg, we work actively with environmental issues and are constantly looking for new and from an environmental perspective improved materials and manufacturing methods. This is perhaps most visible in the clothes we sew up where, for example, winter jackets and overalls are products that are constantly being developed.

We closely monitor the chemical restrictions that apply and all our products must be free of substances that are
included on the EU Candidate List (REACH) of "hazardous substances".

REACH is a chemicals legislation that regulates the use of hazardous substances in the manufacture of goods.
Its main goal is to protect human health and the environment from risks caused by various chemicals. If you are interested and want to read more about REACH, you can visit their website at REACH or via Kemikalieinspektionen .

Our environmental work is constantly evolving and something that is always up to date for updates
as new and improved working methods and materials become available for our production.



Lindberg does not have its own factories, but the production is outsourced to production facilities we have carefully chosen according to the requirements and criteria we have for good working conditions and environmental thinking.

We have contracted all manufacturers where they guarantee good working conditions for employees (Code of Conduct)
and that they follow our requirements that the manufacturing processes are free from the substances included in the EU candidate list REACH. < / p>

Home ground

In addition to the fact that we have a responsibility to ensure that all our employees thrive in their position, we have a responsibility to work
after always finding new innovative solutions for energy saving and recycling.
This is perhaps most evident in the investment we have made in fossil-free solar energy at our office and warehouse facility in Edsbyn
but also in the sorting we have for cardboard, plastic and waste.

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Ecolabelling and testing

Several of the materials we use in production are OEKO-Tex 100 approved, such as the PU material we have in our rainwear and the merino wool we have for underwear. Bluesign materials are also used, for example, in the manufacture of certain winter overalls and winter trousers.

We continuously test our materials to see that it maintains the quality we set as a requirement
and that it does not contain any hazardous chemicals or substances.