THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY MODEL AT THE HEART OF OUR APPROACH
A message from Eugène Deleplanque
President and CEO
As the world leader in technical textiles, we have unique responsibilities and a duty to improve people's homes. We have always worked hard to deliver tried and tested solutions on which we must now build to accelerate our response to the climate emergency.
Over a decade ago, we launched a wide-ranging and ambitious programme to help us to meet our commitments and achieve a set of tangible results and clear goals. From design to end-of-life, this collective momentum sets the pace for our business and helps us strike the best balance in a more consistent way.
With the enthusiastic support of our teams, partners and customers, we are proud to lead this ambitious programme around which we can all unite: Greenovation.
"As we address the climate challenge, we are firmly committed to creating a more sustainable, responsible and happier world."
Our solar protection, interior and exterior upholstery, marine and flooring ranges reflect our mission to create innovative and responsible textiles that offer unique experiences.
At Dickson, we invest constantly in more responsible solutions,
including through our Greenovation programme.
Since 2011, we have enthusiastically pursued a global environmentally responsible policy that integrates the lifecycle of our products and business activities. Our main challenge: reducing our impact without reducing our ambitions.
Did you know?
1st FRENCH TEXTILE COMPANY AWARDED QSEE CERTIFICATION IN 4 AREAS AND 1 QUALITY MARK
We are committed to continuous improvement on all quality, safety, environment, energy and CSR-related issues and comply with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 50001 quality standards and the CAP 26000 quality mark.
OUR GREENOVATION PROGRAM
Click on the titles below to read more about our Greenovation program:
- Substitute PFAS production treatments in full and in advance from 2024
- Switch to 100% river transport for our import-export containers by 2025
- Get to zero carbon emissions (scope 1 and 2) by 2030
- Increase the use of recycled raw materials twofold by 2025
- Help our customers recycle 100 tonnes of their acrylic textile waste every year by 2025