Industria Italiana Filati SpaID Nr. 4S-100261e-report version 3.0

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Industria Italiana Filati represents over a century of dedication and passion spent in the Italian textile industry. In 1897 Guido Lucchesi was producing and exporting fabrics to three continents. Successive generations have kept the textile tradition alive. In 1962, intuition and research gave new vitality to the company, which has been producing knitting yarns ever since. In 1997, the Lucchesi family celebrated its first centenary of activity and the continuation of the journey. In 2019, now in its fifth generation, the company launches the Ecollection line, with the desire to best express future green lines while respecting our most precious asset: the environment. All our knitting and weaving yarns are designed, created and produced entirely in Italy, in the Prato district.

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4SUSTAINABILITY® COMMITMENT

Growth and sustainability are the factors for which we want to stand out, founding our strategy on the belief that ethical approach should characterize our business model. We firmly believe there cannot be a long-term economic development without a social and environmental development.
Inspired to and aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations in the 2030 Agenda (SDGs), we’re committed to contributing to the generation of global positive change, assuming a clear environmental and social responsibility.
We do it concretely by joining the 4sustainability® roadmap, making the values and action programs it embodies our own, committing ourselves to starting a virtuous change journey in our business model, through one or more initiatives that we tell in this e-report.

conversion to the use of lower impact materials for sustainable production

this initiative contributes to the following main UN Sustainable Development Goals

KPIs and implementation Level will be available after the first assurance is carried out.

IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL

the implementation level is defined after the assurance process following the achievement of the protocol’s minimum requirements and is reviewed annually

elimination of toxic and harmful chemicals from production cycles in line with the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme

this initiative contributes to the following main UN Sustainable Development Goals

LAST REPORT ABSTRACT

download the report abstract with the main KPIs collected during the last on site assurance performed; if present, the abstract also includes the ZDHC Foundational or Progressive Level Certificate

IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL

the implementation level is defined after the assurance process following the achievement of the protocol’s minimum requirements and is reviewed annually

The company has adopted the ZDHC MRSL for eliminating toxic and harmful chemicals from its processes and the 4S PRSL for raw material control. It has also implemented all the ZDHC CMS TIG requirements on internal and external processes.

CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SCORE

75%

the percentage indicates the overall level reached through the implementation of 4s CHEM protocol requirements

ASSURANCE PROTOCOL

Management System 71%
Material Risk Management 85%
Supply Chain Assessment 73%
Process Management 73%
Output Management 73%

PRODUCTION VOLUMECOVERED BY MONITORED CHEMICAL INVENTORIES

70%

percentage of internal and external production volumes monitored through chemical inventory assessments

EXTERNAL CHEMICAL INVENTORY EVALUATION

chemical inventory compliance percentages by self-declarations and by escalating ZDHC levels

WASTEWATER TESTING

ZDHC MRSL parameters following ZDHC Waste Waters Guidelines

wastewater compliance percentage; when in presence of “doesn’t meet requirements” slice, a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) has been performed and uploaded in ZDHC Gateway Waste Waters Module

PRODUCTION VOLUMECOVERED BY WASTEWATER TESTING

70%

percentage of internal and external production volumes whose wastewater has been tested following ZDHC Waste Waters Guidelines

process traceability and supply chain monitoring

this initiative contributes to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals

DATA REFERENCE PERIOD

from 01/01/2021 to 31/12/2021

LAST ISSUE DATE

23/02/2022

IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL

the implementation level is defined after the assurance process following the achievement of the protocol’s minimum requirements and is reviewed annually

The company has implemented a track & trace management system. If there are outsourced processes and raw materials purchases, the company has also involved its suppliers on sustainability performances data collection, implementing a rating system to push them towards continuous improvement.

ENGAGEMENTBY CATEGORY OF SUPPLIERS

SUPPLIERS INVOLVEDon chemical management issue

69%

percentage of suppliers involved in the implementation process on the total number of mapped suppliers

RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIERSASSESSED

69%

percentage of suppliers whose data have been collected

RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIERS' RATING

PROCESS SUPPLIERS' RATING

PROCESS SUPPLIERSASSESSED

67%

percentage of suppliers whose data have been collected