Our commitment

We are committed to taking responsibility for the environment, our employees and all other people affected by our business activities

Our commitment

Environmental Policy
At Dansk Wilton we are committed to creating sustainable business development with a focus on both people and the environment. Our environmental policy specifically targets our focus on and efforts for a healthier and better environment.

Our strategy and work are based on our fundamental dedication to high quality, customized solutions and specifically to our Cradle to Cradle Certification. Cradle to Cradle, with its high ambitions, is our aspiration, but at the same time constitutes our tool for constant development within the five categories of certification: Material health, Product circularity, Clean air and climate protection, Water and soil stewardship, and Social fairness. In our belief, this holistic approach is what makes Cradle to Cradle the most ambitious and comprehensive certification programme within social and environmental responsibility.

We are aware that fundamental changes to entire industries require a long, persistent effort, but we want to support and push this development and set new standards. We will do this in collaboration with our value chain, including suppliers and customers as well as other stakeholders. We are aware that we all hold a responsibility, but also that we cannot create the greatest impacts alone: Together we achieve more.

Our environmental policy therefore not only concerns our own business, but our entire value chain. And our focus on creating positive change is based on a need and desire to future-proof not only our own company, but the industries we are part of.

At Dansk Wilton, we want to support a culture where both employees and business partners strive for and manage to achieve high levels of environmental performance.

Human Rights Policy
At Dansk Wilton we are committed to respecting and upholding the fundamental principles of human rights as guided by the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the eight Fundamental Conventions of International Labour Organization as well as the International Bill of Human Rights.

Dansk Wilton signed up to support the UN Guiding Principles in the UN Global Compact Network Denmark.

We recognise our responsibility to respect and protect the human rights as an integral part of our corporate responsibility and of all individuals who are affected by our business operations and to contribute positively to the communities in which we operate.

If we become aware of violations of international guidelines and this Human Rights Policy, we will seek to exert our influence and support improvements in cooperation with our existing suppliers. We will focus on suppliers’ ability and willingness to demonstrate continuous improvements and we feel confident that cooperation and dialogue will result in a more efficient partnership, which both parties will benefit from. However, if we cannot achieve the required improvements, we may find ourselves forced to seek alternative partners, regardless of their importance in our value chain.

We encourage people who are directly or indirectly affected by our activities to contact us if they have knowledge or made observations of a critical nature. We will treat all reports seriously and investigate the matter further. If you wish to make an anonymous notice, you can do so through our Whistleblower scheme, which can be found on our website.

This Human Rights Policy outlines our commitment to promoting and safeguarding human rights throughout our activities and across our supply chain. We are committed to working in partnership with stakeholders to create a world where human rights are universally upheld, and we will strive to be a responsible and ethical corporate citizen in all our business activities.


Human Rights Policy
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UN Global Compact Network Denmark
Dansk Wilton is member of the UN Global Compact Network Denmark. The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest initiative for corporate responsibility and sets a global standard for companies’ progress, reporting and communication about sustainability.

As a member of the Global Compact, companies and organizations undertake to work principle-based with ten principles within human rights, labor rights, climate & environment, and anti-corruption, and to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Ten Principles are a guideline and objective; The Cradle to Cradle certification is our tool for sustainable business development.

Read more about The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact

Whistleblower scheme
If you are an employee or third party to Dansk Wilton A/S and believe that there has been a breach or suspected breach of any laws, company policies, standards, or behaviors, you can either report this to us directly or through our Whistleblower scheme.

Our whistleblower scheme is a confidential service provided to Dansk Wilton A/S by the independent law firm DAHL Law where any third party of Dansk Wilton A/S can raise concerns. Your report will be handled with discretion and confidentiality.

Go to our whistleblower scheme