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Everyday we make choices that influence and shape the way we live. And it's often the little things we do that make the biggest difference (and bring us the greatest joy). At Lucky Charms we endeavor to adhere to sound environmental and socially responsible practices. Our fashion accessory collection is for people who not only care about how they look, but also about the impact they have on the environment and the communities where manufacturing takes place. We actively seek manufacturers and suppliers who can provide items to us in a more environmentally friendly way. The products we carry are made according to Fair Trade Practices, and often include recycled, reclaimed, as well as, natural organic materials. Our focus on service, timely delivery and trendy and innovative products has earned us an enviable position in the market. If Eco-friendly fashion tends to bring to mind images of burlap sacks, hemp necklaces and Birkenstocks, think again! Lucky Charms’ Eco-Chic environmentally thoughtful design styles are nothing if not fashion-forward.
Protecting the environment begins at home
At Lucky Charms®, we believe that protecting the environment begins at home. We are always looking for new ways to reduce our consumption of precious resources like energy and water, while improving working conditions both inside and out. Lucky Charms is a proud member of the National Resources Defense Council, the nation's most effective environmental action group, to protect wildlife and wild places and to ensure a healthy environment for all life on earth.
Embracing the three Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
We're proud of our group efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle and continuously seek new ways to improve. We encourage staff and Associates to reduce their paper consumption by printing double sided and sharing files electronically. We have also gone beyond the basics of paper, aluminum, and glass recycling to include toner cartridges, cell phones, tech waste, and fluorescent lights. Great care is taken to ensure that these materials are recycled responsibly. We reuse boxes and packing materials whenever possible. What can't be reused gets recycled, including plastic pallet wrap, mailing envelopes, scrap metal, and shipping pallets.
Weekend 'power down' racks up energy savings:
The IT (Information Technology) department has launched an initiative to reduce our power consumption in the office. IT now powers down administrative computers on Friday nights at 11 p.m. This power down is managed remotely and does not affect day-to-day activities. Even in sleep mode, personal computers consume energy and produce heat. By powering down unused computers for 57 hours every weekend, we can easily reduce our power consumption and lessen our environmental impact. The only impact this program has on users is on Monday mornings when it will take an additional minute or two for start up. The start-up process for an average computer consumes the same amount of energy used for approximately two seconds of operation and does not negate the power savings achieved over the weekend. To learn more about computer power usage, please visit the U.S. Department of Energy's website.