British fast fashion brand Oh Polly’s commitment to sustainability continues as it announces to go carbon zero by November this year.
The fashion e-tailer is already being talked about for its decision to invest £0.7 million in a new hybrid renewable energy system that will provide heat and electricity to its 180,000 square metre facility in Wirral in North West England.
The move is being seen as an effort on the part of the brand to enhance its business strategy of providing a safe and sustainable workplace.
And to make its plan of becoming carbon zero (in 2 months) work, Oh Polly has joined hands with Engenera – leading renewable energy specialists. Notably, the CHP system uses anaerobic digestion to power a generator which will then produce electricity and warehouse heating for the site.
Here it is important to mention that earlier this year, the brand had succeeded in becoming a ‘zero to landfill’ site.
Oh Polly is known for selling womenswear across the globe, and has offices in Glasgow, Liverpool, Los Angeles, Dhaka and Guangzhou. All their clothes are designed in the UK.