Sustainability is the capacity to endure. Sustainability interfaces with economics through the social and environmental consequences of economic activity. Lately the concept of sustainability has been used in an often inappropriate way, so that it begins to lose its meaning. Sustainability has to do with dealing in a proper manner with raw materials and the environment, so that no permanent damage is done. That sounds nice, but what does this mean in practice, for example for Hevos?
For a start, Hevos products literally are very durable, they last long. And should there come a moment after that longevity that something has to be discarded, then it is good to know that all Hevos products can be recycled.
But there is another aspect to Hevos products that makes them durable, and that is the origin of the components. Continue reading