Palloys – Precious, Ethical and Sustainable

In today's world, consumers are increasingly concerned about the environmental impact and sustainability of their products. The jewellery industry is no exception. Palloys, Australasia's premier…

In today’s world, consumers are increasingly concerned about the environmental impact and sustainability of their products. The jewellery industry is no exception. Palloys, Australasia’s premier jewellery manufacturing and custom jewellery service, has recognised this shift in consumer preferences and has taken significant steps to ensure its processes are as sustainable as possible. By utilising 100 percent Australian gold and obtaining certification from the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), Palloys sets a new standard for ethical and environmentally conscious jewellery production.

Palloys understands the growing significance of sustainability, environmental respect, and corporate social responsibility in the jewellery industry. Sustainability has evolved from being an afterthought to a driving force for change. Customers are now more interested in the environmental footprint of the metals used in jewellery and the refining processes involved. To address these concerns, Palloys embrace the principles promoted by globally recognised organisations such as the RJC. 

“This exclusive certification from the RJC, obtained after a rigorous assessment of our manufacturing processes, supply chain, and commitment to ESG standards ensures that when you partner with Palloys, you and your customers can trust that our jewellery is crafted from ethically sourced and sustainably refined 100 percent Australian Gold. Our unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional quality and service remains our priority,” says Richard Ashman, general manager of Palloys. 

Palloys takes great pride in being the first Australian company to receive RJC certification. This prestigious certification validates Palloys’ commitment to ethical and sustainable practices throughout their manufacturing processes and supply chain. 

Utilising 100 percent Australian gold holds significant meaning for Palloys’ customers. The Australian mining industry has gained global credibility over time, thanks to its stringent environmental regulations, labour standards, and robust regulatory frameworks. Australian gold provides consumers with confidence, knowing that it comes from a region committed to sustainable mining practices and responsible resource management.

“Our highly skilled team combine the exclusive benefits of 100 percent Australian gold with design, craftsmanship and imagination, science, chemistry, and technology to deliver our extensive range of services including print, cast, finish, wedding rings, fabricated metals, findings, diamonds, and refining services,” he adds.

Mining companies operating in Australia need to adhere to federal guidelines for environmental protection, land rehabilitation, and worker safety. These measures contribute to sustainable mining practices and enhance the reputation of Australian gold. By choosing jewellery made with 100 percent Australian gold, customers can rest assured that their purchase supports responsible mining and contributes to a cleaner and safer environment.

Palloys is at the forefront of the sustainable jewellery movement, leading the way in ethically sourced and environmentally conscious Australian gold jewellery. As consumer demand for sustainable products continues to grow, Palloys sets an example for the industry, demonstrating that it is possible to create exquisite jewellery without compromising on ethical and environmental values.

Richard Ashman
General Manager

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