Our sustainable mission
The commitment to protecting the environment and human health is a priority in our path to sustainability.
Slalom develops its range starting from the idea that each product key are its ingredients, use, durability and reuse/recycling.
The green attitude is not just a technical attention to production aspects, but involves the company ethics itself. The choices that Slalom makes are not only business driven but a lifestyle mood.
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Proud member of
Green Building Council
80% of a product environmental impact is defined during its design. ECOdesign means minimizing the impact of the entire life cycle of the product, from the production processes and materials used up to the duration and possibility of recycling of the product itself. The longevity of Slalom products is guaranteed by easy maintenance and high resistance to use. Mechanical applications allow for simple removal for reuse to celebrate new life!
Slalom provides a range of products equipped with the most advanced certifications in terms of sustainability and well-being, which become a fundamental tool for offering products with a highly innovative content, with a strong aesthetic value and equipped with guarantees that attest to the quality of the products themselves.
Slalom materials are compliant with obtaining green certifications for buildings, thanks to their composition, lack of emissions and materiality.
…for Building certifications
Particular attention is paid to the selection of natural, recycled and recyclable ingredients, with GRS and Oekotex certifications.
“In order to ensure high product quality and the achievement of ecological standards, we carefully select our partners, suppliers and all the “actors” who contribute to the production and distribution of our range”
Slalom therefore confirms its attitude and interest towards issues related to ecology as well as environmental responsibility.
“Every left over finds new life in our material library: all samples are regenerated from production waste!” . The fabrics and felt are instead woven into a new pattern dictated by two simple rules: Winter and Summer palette.
Slalom loves to enhance the regeneration of materials, from plastic bottles to natural fibres.
1kg of PETfelt
1kg of RE-WOOL
The 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are taking on ever greater
legitimation as a Slalom reference framework and guide for the development of a strategic approach to
sustainability. Keeping the nature of the SDGs in mind in every aspect of our operating model allows
not only to be part of the change towards greater global sustainability, but also to have
access new market opportunities and drive innovation.
The methodological principle that Slalom has adopted for the integration of the SDGs into planning
of company activities provides, following an in-depth study of the Objectives and related Targets,
the analysis of priorities based on the maximization of positive impacts and the reduction of those
negative effects on the economy, people and the environment and the consequent alignment of its objectives with them.
For each impact area, one or more indicators capable of mapping the situation have been identified
current situation and monitor future scenarios with the aim of aiming for a constant increase in the
level of sustainability and well-being. Establishing concrete, measurable and shared objectives cannot be ignored
by strengthening collaborative relationships with all stakeholders and communication e
reporting to them.