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CHPO is a watch and sunglass brand founded in Sweden in 2013, inspired by street style, music and art. We are Made for Everywhere, which means we offer great looks, great quality and great social values at prices anyone can afford.
As a brand CHPO take a strong social stand for an equal society without racism, homophobia and hatred against women. As a part of Made for Everywhere, we do collaborations every season with different non-profit or charity organisations where 100% of the profits are donated to their cause.
All of our sunglasses and blue light glasses are made out of 100% recycled plastic, protected by a pouch made out of recycled PET-bottles. And as if that wasn’t enough, the protective bags we use within and around our packaging are made out of corn… Our watch straps are also PETA vegan approved
With over 70 styles to choose from All of our sunglasses and blue light glasses are made out of 100% recycled plastic, protected by a pouch made out of recycled PET-bottles. And as if that wasn’t enou ...
100% of the profits will be donated to Skateistan and their work supporting children at Skateistan’s Skate Schools in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa. By combining skateboarding with creative, ...
100% of the profits donated WDC, short for Whale and Dolphin Conservation, is the leading charity dedicated to the protection of whales and dolphins. Their vision is a world where every whale and dolp ...
We are proud to present the Wednesday watches, made from 100% recycled stainless steel! Using recycled steel is a great way to help make the planet a little greener. When scrap metal is recycled, it i ...
We are proud to say that we’ve now replaced all real leather in our collection with PETA-Approved vegan leather. We started using vegan leather in our production many years ago for the Khorshid and th ...
Sustainability Role in overall company's strategic plansWe try our best not to have a negative impact on the environment. This is why all of our sunglasses are made out of recycled plastic. All of our watches are fully recyclable, and follow EU’s environmental standards. That is also why we only use vegan leather for our watch straps. By wearing our products you will not only look good, you will also do good! To prove this, we have listed our certificates below.Sustainability initiatives100% recycled plastic Recycled 're-steel' for some of our watches PETA approved vegan leatherSustainable ProductsSunglasses100% recycled plasticWatchesPETA approved vegan leatherAT THE FAIRNEW TO THE FAIRCertified sustainable products by third partyCERTIFIEDCertified byPETA The Global Recycled Standard RoHSPackagingOur packaging is plastic freeOur packaging is compostableOur packaging is made with recycled contentMaterialsWe have products made from recycled materialsOur products are made from upcycled materialsOur products are plastic freeWe have created products that provide an alternative to single use plasticWe have products made from sustainability sourced raw materialsEthical ConsiderationsWe work with two factories. One for sunglasses and one for watches. The one for sunglasses is located in Shanghai and Duqiao Town. The watch factory is located in Shenzhen and Hong Kong. The sunglass factory has 77 employees and the watch factory 30. Our contact at the sunglass factory is Joan and she is not only a good friend of ours but also a great cook. James is the name of our contact at the watch factory. He speaks faster then he runs, but he does love to run. Both factories offer a friendly work atmosphere, reasonable working hours, good salaries and welfare systems. Otherwise they wouldn’t be our factories.Enviromental ImpactWe have a sustainability policyWe consider the environmental impact when creating our productsPolylactic acid (PLA), a plastic substitute made from fermented plant starch (in our case, corn) is a biodegradable alternative to traditional petroleum-based plastics. The huge benefit of PLA as a bioplastic is its versatility and the fact that it naturally degrades when exposed to the environment. For example, a PLA bottle left in the ocean would typically degrade in six to 24 months (don’t throw it in the ocean), compared to conventional plastics which in the same environment can take several hundred to a thousand years to degrade. PLA is technically “carbon neutral” in that it comes from renewable, carbon-absorbing plants, as yet another way to reduce our emissions of greenhouse gases. PLA will not emit toxic fumes when incinerated. There are still issues with the use of polylactic acid such as its slow rate of biodegradability and its inability to mix with other plastics in recycling. Since PLA is plant-based, it needs to be disposed of in industrial composting facilities. If you can’t find a recycling facility near you, the bioplastic should be thrown in the regular trash. We do however think that bioplastic is the better alternative here, and hope that the possibilities to recycle gets better and easier within a near future.