The Stone Federation says it has been “encouraging” to see the number of members who have demonstrated their commitment to ethical and sustainable sourcing by adding their names to the list of Responsible Sourcing Pledge signatories.
To date the following members have signed up:
Airelimestones Lda, Albion Stone, Amarestone, Arcturus Stones, Athena Stonecare, AVV Solutions, Burlington Stone, Classic Masonry, DBR, Ethical Stone Co., Hardscape Group, Harrison Goldman, Hutton Stone Co., Johnsons Wellfield, Lovell Stone Group, LSI Stone, Mandarin Stone, Marmi, Quadriga Contracts, Recclesia, Solancis, Stone Age Pvt, Stone Cladding Systems, Stonetech UK, Szerelmey, Talasey Group, Universal Stone, Vetter UK.
The company says it has also seen a very positive reaction to the pledge from architects, designers, main contractors, and clients.
All signatories have signed up to the following statement and begun their journey on the Ethical Stone Register.
“As part of our commitment to the ethical and sustainable sourcing of materials, we are adding our name to the Stone Federation Responsible Sourcing Pledge. We are committed to adhering to the Stone Federation Sustainability Statement and starting our journey on the Ethical Stone Register.”
To become a signatory of the Responsible Sourcing pledge, companies must read the Stone Federation’s sustainability statement and fill in a form to document its commitment. It must also complete a Tier 1 form to begin its journey on the Ethical Stone Register, at which time the company can email firstname.lastname@example.org to be verified and added to the pledge.