The waste generated by the Moncler Group’s activity mainly consists of packaging material, office waste and textile processing scraps.
In 2021 Moncler and Stone Island recovered or recycled approximately 98% of the waste generated in Italy and at Moncler’s production site in Romania.
The Group’s offices and stores are equipped with special

waste sorting containers and employees are informed on the importance of implementing practices to ensure wastes are properly recycled/recovered or, in a residual way, to disposal. Waste sorting applies to paper, cardboard, wood, plastic and IT equipment.
With a circular approach, the Group is constantly engaged in a dialogue with partners and organisations to study solutions for making use of its waste, with a particular focus

on textile processing scraps, which are sorted by type (nylon, cotton, down, etc.).
It is in this context the commitment to collect and recycle nylon processing waste, one of the main fabrics used in the production process.


15 Refers to the scope of office and logistics hub in Italy and the production site in Romania. It does not include waste directly managed by local municipalities.
16 Includes the disposal of a chemical solution used to recover the metal tank that previously held diesel to heat the production site in Romania.
17 In 2019, Moncler used a different methodology to categorise “plastic” in “mixed packaging”.
18 In 2020, Moncler disposed, by way of exception, racks and industrial shelves at the logistics hub in Castel San Giovanni (Piacenza).
19 Includes other types of disposals, including landfill.