Our Sustainability and Ethics

Our Sustainability Journey 

At Hemp Sheet Studios, we are focused on providing the highest quality products to our customers, whilst minimising the impact we and our goods have on the planet. That's why we are committed to using only the most sustainable materials, reducing one off plastics throughout our entire supply chain and ensuring our suppliers meet the same standards. 

Sustainability is an ongoing journey, and we are constantly looking to improve our business and our processes to ensure we are doing our part for the planet. We are firm believers of using business as a force for good.  

Our Fabric 

Throughout our entire product range, we use 100% Organic Hemp. Hemp itself is one of the most sustainable and renewable textiles in the world, requiring very minimal land and water resources to produce. On top of this, we make sure our hemp is not treated with any chemicals or pesticides throughout its growth or production. Our products are all coloured using non toxic, eco friendly dyes too.

Our products are also shipped in reusable bags made of from the offcuts of our organic hemp fabric in an effort to minimise wastage, whilst also giving our loyal customers a sustainable multi-purpose bag!

You can read more about why we chose hemp here.

Our Packaging 

Minimising the amount of plastic used in our supply chain is extremely important to us. For that reason we have chosen to use environmentally friendly substitutes for all of our packaging and shipping components. We encourage you to get creative and reuse or recycle any of our packaging materials once your hemp products are delivered.

Our Suppliers

Hemp Sheet Studios prides itself on upholding values and practices that contribute to bettering the planet. We have carefully selected our suppliers to ensure they stand by values and standards that align with our own. 

We make a conscious effort to ensure our suppliers: 

  • Create clean and safe workplaces with health and safety measures at the forefront.
  • Implement necessary measures to meet environmental standards and reporting.
  • Do not use forced labour or child labour at any stage of their production processes.
  • At a minimum meet local wage and hours of work regulations.