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J.Crew's response

Author: J.Crew, Published on: 12 March 2019

J.Crew Group is committed to ensure that products are produced in an responsible and ethical manner to protect workers and the environment.  As such, we do not condone the practice of using garment scraps as a source of energy generation by brick-making factories in Cambodia.

We conducted in review of this matter, but despite our efforts were not able to determine on how our garments may have ended up as fire scrap at these local kilns. Going forward, as part of our monitoring we will not only request but verify that our factories are responsibly disposing of waste and are only working with legitimate waste collectors as assigned by the city and state.  We will do this while continuing to focus our work on areas where we believe we can have the most positive impact in our supply chain.

This is a response from the following companies: J.Crew