With a view to the transition towards increasingly "circular" logics, since 2021, Legor is in fact able to guarantee the integrity, transparency and traceability of the production chain and, consequently, to document every single step, thanks to the certification CoC (Chain of Custody), issued by the RJC. Furthermore, since September 2021, Legor Group has been among the first companies in the metallurgical and chemical sector serving the gold, silver and fashion accessory sectors able to certify, through the Provenance Claim and the RJC Chain-of-Custody, that its alloys, powders and galvanic solutions are made only with precious metals (Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium) 100% from recycled sources and inserted within the Chain of Custody.
This is an ethical position taken by Legor, which in order to broaden its value proposition, is now also starting to work on the supply of non-precious metals from 100% recycled sources through UNI EN ISO 14021:2021 certification.
The awards ceremony was held on Tuesday 13 December in Rome.
An important recognition that pushes Legor to continue spreading the importance of responsible supply, in order to generate greater awareness and also guide the choices of end users towards products made with metals coming from a circular economy.