At No Excess, we believe that everyone and everything should be treated equally and fairly. Therefore, we like to do our bit for the environment and fair working conditions. However, we cannot do this alone and therefore we are pleased to share that we are a member of the Business Social Compliance Initiative (amfori BSCI). Together with 2400 other organisations based in 40 countries, the aim of amfori BSCI is to improve the conditions for employees in terms of safety, health and salary. Besides they focus on making working processes as sustainable as possible as well.
A step-by-step sustainable collection
More comfort and quality means also better fabrics that contribute to a better environment and to more long-lasting products for you. Step by step we are creating a collection that becomes more sustainable. We are doing this by carefully selecting materials. As example for the filling of jackets recycled PET bottles can be used.
Furthermore, in our knitwear range we are also continuing to evolve when it comes to sustainable fabrics including items made of recycled and organic cotton and recycled polyester. We will continue to increase the amount of sustainable materials in our products.
Agreements with our partners
No Excess has always worked with a limited number of suppliers, the most of whom have been supplying to our company for a long time. This method of collaboration has helped us to verify that our business partners share our ethical values and adhere to the necessary international laws and regulations. We follow a customized Code of Conduct. Fair working conditions, human rights, and environmental and health obligations are among the most significant topics covered by this regulation.
Packaging, hangtags and presentation
Not only the clothes themselves, but also the packaging is carefully selected by our colleagues.
The majority of our hangtags, as well as all of our Webshop boxes, are FSC certified. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a non-profit organization devoted to ethical forest management across the world.
We put all our garments in polybags to ensure that the clothes stay undamaged during transport. All polybags are recyclable
Furthermore, in our showrooms, we use more sustainable versions of clothes hangers which are made of grass.