Ethical diamond provider Dimexon has declared the launch of its first Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report – “Diamonds with Purpose”.
The report aims to highlight ESG achievements about the several years and to set new sustainability and ethical ambitions for 2023, 2025 and 2030.
Amongst its aims include 100% traceability on individual diamonds of .18ct and previously mentioned by 2023, 100% traceability on mixed parcels of diamonds weighing much less than .18ct by 2025 and 100% of its suppliers to comply with Dimexon’s liable provider coverage by 2023.
Meanwhile, Dimexon will screen all its immediate suppliers and Liable Jewellery Council (RJC) member diamond suppliers, and by 2025 increase the standards to non-RJC users by assessing this sort of suppliers just about every 12 months
It also aims for zero solitary-use plastic by 2023, zero squander to landfill by 2025, and to be carbon neutral by 2030.
Dimexon director Rajiv Mehta claimed: “We are very pleased to current Dimexon’s first ESG report: Diamonds with Reason: Our 2022 ESG Report and roadmap to sustainable luxurious.
“Our purpose of inspiring sustainable luxurious is embedded into our enterprise tactics and our priorities to provide long-expression benefit to our stakeholders. Getting a responsible organisation will allow Dimexon to join with leading organizations in the diamond market, foster a loyal consumer foundation and drive profitability.”