Acting on climate change.

As a company with a global footprint, we take the opportunity to address climate change. We’ve mapped carbon emissions, energy, waste, and water usage across every aspect of our business.



5 Energy and Climate initiatives that reduce 3,018.63 tons of CO2e per year.


Garment Division emission intensity of CO2e significantly reduced by 19.54% compared with 2017.


Material Division energy intensity is reduced by 24.7% compared with 2020.


Energy intensity of the Garment Division decreased by 16.1% compared with 2020.


Material Division emission intensity of CO2e significantly reduced by 39.02% compared with 2017.

We are focussing on reductions first.

We work to minimize waste by collaborating with stakeholders. Our Environmental Safety and Energy Policy details our main goals for protecting the environment, natural resources, and our employees’ and communities’ health and safety.

As of 2022, all Material Division facilities, including our headquarters and production sites in Dayuan, Hsinchu, Miaoli, and Vietnam, have received ISO 14001 certification. We review our environmental performance annually using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). Third-party organizations also review our waste management systems annually to renew our certificates.

In 2017, we created the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory Executive Committee, and we conduct a GHG inventory inspection following ISO 14064-1 standards every year. Our Dayuan facility was the first to implement the ISO 50001 Energy Management System, and our knitting mills in Vietnam followed in 2019.

Environmental commitments at Eclat.

We are committed to our environmental safety and energy management system with the following ecological and energy policies:

  1. Comply with legal regulations and meet social expectations.
  2. Reduce environmental impact.
  3. Strengthen education and training, and engage all personnel in environmental safety.
  4. Implement daily management to improve environmental performance.
  5. Strengthen hazard prevention and create a safe environment.
  6. Encourage responsible resource usage for sustainable business practices.
  7. Improve consultation and communication to cultivate productive working relationships.

We’ve adopted a green manufacturing and a circular thinking approach.

Green manufacturing aims to prevent pollution, save energy, and conserve resources. Traditionally, products and manufacturing have followed the Cradle-to-Grave model, which leads to pollution. In contrast, the Cradle-to-Cradle approach promotes recycling and reuse, reducing the impact on the environment and people.

At Eclat, we embrace the cradle-to-cradle design approach for many of our eco-friendly products by using chemicals that meet the standards of the bluesign® system and ISO. We also work with our clients to achieve zero discharge of hazardous chemicals (ZDHC). Our commitment to green manufacturing processes demonstrates our dedication to protecting natural resources and the environment. The following is a summary of our ISO-certified sites.

ISO Certified Sites

Factories and mills in compliance with ISO¹

Material Division     
Taiwan HQ
Dayuan Factory
Hsichou Factory
Eclat Fabrics Vietnam
Garment Division
Eclat Textile Vietnam
E-TOP Vietnam
Tai-Yuan Vietnam
Eclat Enterprise Cambodia
PT. Eclat Textile
  1. The management systems are audited by third-party certification agencies every year.

Our SDGs contribution: Environmental stewardship.

In 2022, we boosted five energy-saving and carbon-reduction projects. Since implementation, our Material Division has increased 1,650,000 kWh of clean energy. We reduced 3018.63 tons of CO2 equivalent carbon emissions per year. In addition, our water-saving KPIs for the Material Division save 13.9% water per kilogram of product. The water recycling rate of our Vietnam fabric factory reaches 26.13%.

The chemicals we use are bluesign® system approved. Moreover, nine of our existing chemical and waste disposal treatment partners and one new company passed our independent audits to help lead chemical management as our new collective treatment partners.

Learn more about our efforts