We are proud to hold the Stone Federation’s Ethical Stone Register Verification Certificate which is a unique, certified process created by the UK’s trade association specifically in response to The Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the issues of sourcing materials responsibly.

THIS MEANS THAT
  • We care about the environment
  • We care about the quality of our products
  • We do not compromise on Health & Safety
  • We care about our employees and accept NO child labour

This allows our clients peace of mind knowing that we fully embrace and comply with the requirements under this scheme unlike the majority of UK suppliers of Indian Stone.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Stone Age and Strata strongly believes that sustained and focused efforts are a prerequisite to raising the living conditions of people from poorer communities, especially the children in India.

Since 2001, Stone Age has given active contribution for helping build the infrastructure for a school near our facility. The school is not only for the use of our staff’s children, but for the local community as well. It is our belief that no child should be bereft of a good education, no matter what their background or upbringing.

The Government has duly recognised the sincere efforts of Stone Age and its CEO Mr. Sanjeev Agrawal in this sphere and has awarded them with the highest State honour which is a rare feat and not received by any other stone company.

Stone Age believes that a lot of ground still needs to be covered in terms of social development and it is our steadfast resolve to do all that can be done in this regards.

We have incorporated “Stone Age Charitable  Trust”  with a mandate to further develop the infrastructure of the school and also to provide help to the poor and the needy in terms of medical treatment, which they would otherwise be unable to afford.

Stone Age Contributes to the trust on a monthly basis and the amount it donates is commensurate with the growth of the company. The accounts from the trust are annually audited independently and will be available for public viewing.

Below is the stringent criteria we were measured on (and are still subject to spot checks) ensuring we adhere to the standards introduced by The Stone Federation and which were independently audited by the Anthesis Group.

Criteria Details Results
Sustainability and responsible sourcing commitment Including formalisation and practical implementation
Legal requirements applicable to activities commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, monitoring and benchmarking
Responsible procurement commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation and continuous monitoring
Supply chain review commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Greenhouse Gas emissions commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, evidence dataset, monitoring and benchmarking
Energy use commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Transport impacts commitment Including formalised, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Waste impact commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Natural resources use impacts commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Water use impacts commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, continuous monitoring and benchmarking
Commitment to staff training, diversity and inclusion Including formalisation, practical implementation, assessment and continuous monitoring
Anti-corruption and Anti-bribery commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, assessment and continuous monitoring
Local community engagement commitment Including formalisation, practical implementation, assessment and continuous monitoring

 

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