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Pandora Shifting to 100% Recycled Gold and Silver for Jewelry

Popular jewelry designer, Pandora, has announced that it is now only sourcing recycled silver and gold for its jewelry.

February 1, 2024

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Popular jewelry designer, Pandora, has announced that it is now only sourcing recycled silver and gold for its jewelry.

This transition to recycled materials for its jewelry will help Pandora avoid 58,000 tons of CO2 emissions each year. Pandora set a goal in 2020 to adjust its supply chain to source 100% recycled gold and silver by 2025.

To achieve the goal, Pandora said all suppliers will have to switch operations to only source materials that are certified recycled according to the Responsible Jewelry Council Chain of Custody.

“Precious metals can be recycled forever without any loss of quality. Silver originally mined centuries ago is just as good as new, and improved recycling can significantly reduce the climate footprint of the jewelry industry,” said Alexander Lacik, Pandora CEO.

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