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The main wastes generated by Moncler consist of packaging materials, office waste, and fabric production waste scraps.
In 2020 the Company reused or recycled about 95% of the waste generated in Italy and at the production site in Romania.
Moncler’s offices and stores are equipped with containers for waste sorting, and employees are trained on the importance of
following good practices to ensure proper waste disposal and recycling/recovery. Waste sorting applies to: paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, and computer equipment.
With a view to circular economy, Moncler engages in a constant dialogue with partners and organizations to study new solutions of making use of its waste, with a particular focus on fabric production waste
scraps. In this regard, the Company is committed to collect and recycle nylon processing waste, one of the main fabrics used in the production process.
10 The data refer to the scope of Italian offices, the Italian logistics hub and the production site in Romania, and do not include waste managed directly by local municipalities.
11 This item includes other types of disposal including landfill.