Managing impacts within brand owned, operated and/or controlled facilities (excluding any manufacturing facilities).
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WE Fashion has formally acknowledged the impact of its own operations in relation to water and waste, and has included these in its strategy along with greenhouse gas emissions. The brand has demonstrated it has allocated resources to deliver the commitments. The brand has started to establish an action plan for implementing its identified potential reduction opportunities, however there remains opportunity for the brand to further monitor and measure its organisational energy consumption (fuel and electricity), across all of its own operations. There is also room for the brand to further review the progress it has made against its commitments including timelines and next steps; these foundational activities have resulted in a score of 58% at level 1.
WE Fashion has demonstrated that it routinely measures GHG emissions within the scope of its own operations. There is the opportunity for the brand to build on existing monitoring and measuring processes, to identify a range of potential areas for GHG reduction, and to implement the appropriate activities. There is also room for the brand to identify unusual consumption patterns and set measures to prevent re-occurrence, where appropriate. The brand has been awarded with a level 2 score of 24%.
WE Fashion has identified a small-scale waste reduction project. There is room for the brand to expand on this and identify larger scale waste and water reduction activities according to greatest impacts. There is also opportunity for the brand to explore the possibility of offsetting its GHG emissions, the activities have resulted in a level 3 score of 3%.