We’re mindful that the choices we make today, impact tomorrow - for us and future generations. From the waste we generate to the energy we consume, we’re determined to continually measure and improve Seasalt’s environmental performance.

Our footprint

Our Footprint

We’re in the process of measuring our carbon footprint. Our commitment to operating responsibly means minimising our environmental impact. As part of this, we use renewable energy across all our direct operations and our shops have been fitted with LED lights, smart meters and light sensors.

Each department at Seasalt is represented in a company-wide group dedicated to reducing consumable waste. Cardboard and plastic from our warehouse is collected by our recycling partners and there are also recycling points in our studios and offices for everything from cans to crisp packets.

To help cut down on single-use plastics, we’ve installed water fountains in our newer Shops, so customers can refill their bottles and the milk we use at our design studios is delivered by a local dairy in reusable glass bottles.

We look forward to reporting on our progress in Seasalt’s 2020 Sustainability report.

Seasalt packaging


We’re working hard to increase our use of sustainable and certified materials and packaging has been a major focus for us.

In 2018, we removed 18 tonnes of single-use plastic from the business, including making some big improvements to our packaging. We provide recyclable paper carrier bags in our shops and offer hand-printed Jute Shoppers as a reusable alternative. We also support the World Land Trust through our beautiful illustrated Gift Card holders.

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