bluesign® standard

In order to meet the highest environmental, health and safety requirements in the manufacturing sites, Everest joined the most famous industrial standard -in April, 2007 to transfer their practical experience in terms of environmental protection, and to further ensure the safety of consumers.

One year later, Everest received the bluesign award, and became its official system partner. Based on the mutual collaboration, the 21 product lines that Everest provides comply with the five principles of the , demonstrating Everest's determination on practicing sustainable production, Everest's optimisation potentials in facing future global competition, and the ability to maximize its energy efficiency.
Everest became the first company in Asia to receive the bluesignR certification for coating lamination which is the most difficult standard for a manufactory to be approved. At present, "bluesign approved fabric" is in Everest's all collections, we will say Everest offers sustainable processes and eco products to fulfill all you needs.

In the future, Everest will provide more and more eco-friendly products to the market with the concern of customers' demands, consumers' health, and environmental protection. Mr. Roger Yeh, the president of Everest, said, "Sustainability is a critical factor determining the competitive edge of globalize enterprises. Obtaining the bluesign award is a beginning of Eco protection. Everest will keep devoting itself to save energy, reduce waste and take zero-emissions as the ultimate goal of Everest's three plants to assume our corporate responsibility and preserve the environment in the future".

has been adopted by different leading textile manufacturers, i.e. Schoeller Textil AG, Christian Eschler AG, Getzner Textil AG, Formosa Taffeta Co., Ltd, , Everest Textile Co., Ltd., Schoeller Wool and others, and is supported by several key players of the chemical industry including Huntsman Textile Effects, Clariant International Ltd., Erba AG, Sanitized AG, Granger's International Ltd. The bluesign screening includes a detailed on-site evaluation of the environment-, resource- and workplace situation of textile manufacturing sites according to the five principles of the bluesignR standard including "resource productivity", "consumer safety", "air emission", "water emission", and "occupational health and safety".