Since our launch in 2005, environmental accountability has been integral to Jimmyjane's business and values. From the earliest stages of product design through manufacturing and lifecycle, we are dedicated to keeping our customers and planet healthy.
Design Process & Product Lifecycle
All of our products are created in-house, enabling us to optimize our designs from concept through launch. The efforts never stop there – our products are our offspring, and we continually refine each one to maximize its lifespan and minimize its environmental footprint. Good products don't end up as landfill.
To ensure that our manufacturing partners share our values, Jimmyjane maintains a strict vendor qualification process. As a condition of conducting business with Jimmyjane, our vendors must comply with a Vendor Code of Conduct which outlines fair labor practices, worker health and safety requirements and environmental accountability practices. For our agricultural products, we favor small, independent producers.
Jimmyjane meets or exceeds U.S. and European energy standards. Jimmyjane products are compliant with California Energy Commission Appliance Efficiency Regulations as well as California Proposition 65.
Jimmyjane designs products for durability and engineers replaceable components to further extend the products' projected lifespan. Many of our products are also designed for disassembly to support recycling initiatives. Jimmyjane products are WEEE compliant (collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods).