Compliance with the Miniconf Code of Conduct on the part of suppliers is ensured by a specific Auditing program that enables us to select only those partners with the best technical and ethical fundamentals, including the rejection of any form of discrimination, exploitation and child labour, as well as respect for the environment and safety standards.
Since it was set up, environmental protection has been part of the DNA of Miniconf, a company born on the outskirts of the Casentino Forests National Park.
For Miniconf the obligation to produce durable and wear-resistant garments is closely linked to the objective of limiting waste and hence the rate of pollution.
The life span of a garment ensures its reuse for more than one season and therefore, the reduction of the disposal impact at the end of its life cycle.
Since 2003 Miniconf has formally adopted the ISO 14001 environmental management system,; it keeps the environmental impact of its activities under constant control, seeking to improve it in a consistent, effective and sustainable manner
Miniconf’s policy channels every effort and investment in this direction.
In 2013 Miniconf said goodbye to furs of animal origin, after adhering to the International Fur Free Standard coordinated in Italy by the Anti Vivisection League, LAV, obtaining FUR FREE Company certification.
Miniconf confirms its commitment to protecting the environment and animals, through the use of alternative textiles, such as synthetic and vegetable fibres, which replicate real fur with extreme precision, ensuring also in this way a more ecological production chain
Miniconf has introduced the “Fur Free Company” tag, which allows consumers to easily identify eco-fur clothing.
A further step in the direction of sustainability and respect for animals is the decision to make iDO jackets completely Duck Free by eliminating the use of goose feathers.