The #GREENPERFORMING Challenge
– 30 % M3 less water per kg of fabric processed
– 25% tonnes of C02 emissions equal to +21000 tall trees
– 90000 plastic bottles and glasses consumed per year
The awareness of the environmental impact of the textile industry has led us to choose the most correct way in our view. The voluntary choice to undertake international certifications, in the absence of legal obligations, are the guarantee of a constant commitment that MITI dedicates to its work, its employees and the resulting products.
OEKO-TEX standard 100-class 1 certification, guarantees, with the highest possible requirements, the most effective product safety for the consumers, even the youngest. The deep verification on each used product and the periodic company audit help to emphasize the importance of the responsible use of chemical substances, long-term and worldwide. MITI is certified OEKO-TEX since 1995.
The BLUESIGN® certification guarantees a conscious production process, with safe and sustainable work environment. BLUESIGN® tracks the path of every single fabric along all the production process, improving each step, and enhancing the efforts towards more sustainable processes. MITI is BLUESIGN® system partner since 2009.
The voluntary certification process of ISO 14001 comes from the need to integrate the environmental aspects into the production strategies. In this way is possible to reduce the pollution risks, obtaining a continuous and positive interaction with the environment. MITI is certified ISO 14001 from January 2019.
The certification SA-8000 allows to enhance and protect all the workers belonging to the sphere of influence of the company organization, improving conditions and promoting ethical and fair treatment. MITI is SA-8000 certified from December 2019.
ISO 90001 certification ensures a correct way to improve the quality, by identifying and satisfying customers need and by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of internal processes. MITI is ISO-9001 certified since 1999.
This standard defines the requirements for creating, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system (EnMS).
The objective of the standard is to allow an organization to pursue, with a systematic approach, the continuous improvement of its energy performance and of the SGE itself.