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Happsy Environmental Plan

Happsy Environmental Plan

Happsy cares about the environment. This means the environment of a healthier bedroom as well as the environment of a healthier planet; all is interconnected. At Happsy, we pledge to use our business to support overall well-being.

Happsy regularly evaluates all business decisions, across all departments, to seek out the choices best supporting long-term environmental benefits. While this evaluation will of course look at product design and raw materials, it also extends to all business decisions, looking at everything from cleaning supplies to transportation and packaging to facility maintenance. Can we do it better, cleaner, or more efficiently? If so, we will. We know that sustainability must always be a work in progress.

The Happsy Choice

Sustainability really is a matter of CHOICE. As a company, we take responsibility for our choices, which are driven by a few core considerations. Does our choice support health? Protect natural resources? Limit waste?

Do our choices collectively make life better?

The Happsy Checklist

Making abstract ideas tangible, however, requires a process. The Happsy process takes a checklist approach for decisions. In this approach, broad, over-arching questions are answered, and then, as needed, we drill down with questions to help us make the most sustainable decision.

At Happsy, we want to do good things for you, your family, and the world. We promise to never stop pushing ourselves in making better, more sustainable choices for you and the planet.

Below is the Happsy environmental checklist.

Choices for Materials

  • Do the materials encourage human health? How?
  • Do the materials encourage environmental health?
  • Do the materials negatively impact wildlife?
  • Are the materials certified to environmental, health, or social standards? Which standards?
  • Are the vendors certified to environmental, health, or social standards? Which standards?
  • Can the vendors demonstrate a respect for worker welfare?
  • Do the materials use renewable resources? If not, is the choice the most environmentally-friendly option available?
  • Choices for Business Practices

  • Does the business choice reduce or eliminate greenhouse gasses? If not, is there a way to minimize or offset emissions?
  • Are there, or will there be, future alternatives that better reduce greenhouse gas emissions? What are they? When might they be implemented?
  • Does the business choice reduce or eliminate toxins at the manufacturing level?
  • Does the business choice reduce or eliminate toxins at the end product (exposure) level?
  • Does the choice maximize efficiency in regards to energy, fuel or resources?
  • Is the business choice one in which every employee can take pride in?
  • Is it the right thing to do?
  • Is it the right thing to do?

    It is our mission to do good things for you, your family and the planet. So, we promise to never stop pushing ourselves in making better, more sustainable choices.

    Want to learn more? Check out our certifications and advocacy.