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We think sustainably

Myslbek is a proud holder of the BREEAM certificate

We think sustainably

At Myslbek we think about everything, supporting ecology, sustainability and climate change. We are looking for ways to make our building more efficient. We manage sustainably and incorporate innovative technologies. Sustainability of a building means being considerate of its surroundings.

  • We are BREEAM green building certified.
  • Spaces are illuminated using hard-working LED lights with sensors, including our garages.
  • We sort 8 types of waste.
  • We are working on the installation of a photovoltaic power plant.
  • Within the office space, we have been supporting an eco-charity project for a long time, which consists in the collection, redistribution and subsequent processing of used and still usable textiles.
  • Through energy management to manage consumption and needs, we reduce the energy consumption of the building.
  • Within the Myslbek building - the office part, we take care of the green terraces, which are undergoing a gradual revitalisation.
  • In our private garages we have electric vehicle charging stations for our tenants
  • The shopping gallery is accessible to citizens with reduced mobility.
  • Almost all customers of the Myslbek shopping arcade use public transport or walk to us
  • Social responsibility - we feel an obligation to help where there is a need.
  • We also support like-minded tenants who offer sustainable collections or goods.

Discover sustainable shopping in selected stores


Ugo proves that sustainability is not just an empty phrase for them. From using recycled plastic (rPet), serving it in porcelain to reduce the use of disposable packaging, to the pulp that is created from the juiced fruit pulp in their factory, which is then made into biscuits in the Zemanka Organic Bakery (circular economy), the Ugo brand promotes a host of activities.

H&M a H&M Home

H&M's more sustainable materialsClothes made from grapes and waste? Welcome to the future. Find out more about the most innovative materials H&M uses in its collections.

Vegea™ - grape skinGrape skin? Sure. Global Change Award winner Vegea™, in collaboration with Italian winemakers, has found a way to turn waste from wine production into a vegan version of leather. In addition to being animal-friendly and solvent-free, no heavy metals or harmful substances are used in the transformation of waste grape skins, stems and seeds into beautiful vegan leather. And an interesting fact: the name Vegea™ is made up of the words "veg" (vegan) and "gea" (Mother Earth).Circulose® - circular celluloseWelcome the first fashion material made from 100% discarded cotton! The Swedish company behind Circulose® has invented a way to turn discarded cotton and viscose into mash and create a biodegradable pulp that can be used to make new fibre, yarn, fabrics and clothing. All this without losing quality compared to raw fibres. This smart innovation powered by renewable energy - without the need for raw cotton, trees or oil - is a circular dream come true.Agraloop™ BioFibre™ - plant-basedEach year, the residues from harvested crops are burned or left to rot. Yet millions of tons of waste from banana trees, pineapple leaves, rice straw, sugar cane stalks and hemp and flax stalks are valuable raw materials. Global Change Award winner Circular Systems has decided to do something about it. Its aim is that by converting forgotten food crop waste into high-value natural fibre, farmers will earn additional income and keep unused residues from polluting our planet. Agraloop™ BioFibre™ is a fully recyclable, renewable and biodegradable material.

Orange Fiber - Juicy Silk
When life is as sour as a lemon (or an orange), don't make lemonade. Make a luxury fiber. At least that's how Italian Global Change Award-winning company Orange Fiber sees it. The company has figured out how to turn the waste product from citrus juice production (over 700,000 tonnes a year in Italy alone) into a more sustainable fabric. The process is as follows: once all the juice has been squeezed out of the citrus fruit, cellulose fibre is extracted from the peel and pulp. The cellulose is then spun into a biodegradable yarn that feels like silk.

H&M's exclusive sustainable Innovation Stories collection
From 2021, H&M's successful Innovation Stories concept will bring themed collections dedicated to promoting innovative, more sustainable materials, advanced technologies and production processes. Previous themes have included animal-friendly fashion and alternatives to animal-derived materials, cyclical design strategies and materials that recycle waste or more sustainable paint techniques. The main aim is to show that high fashion and sustainability can go hand in hand.
As part of its innovative concept, last year H&M launched the extravagant Metaverse Design Story collection, where the endless possibilities of the digital sphere and H&M's circular thinking intertwine. Several pieces were made from recycled polyester fibre sourced exclusively from old garments and textile waste collected in collaboration with the garment collection programme at H&M stores. More pieces contained mono materials, so-called materials consisting of a single fibre instead of a blend. In addition, their hems and trims can be easily removed, allowing for a smoother recycling process once a piece has reached the end of its life.
In 2022, H&M also introduced the first children's collection from the Innovation Stories range, Imagine That, which celebrated progressive fashion with bold colours and striking designs using more sustainable innovations. H&M believes that imagination without boundaries can create a more sustainable future, which is why you can already walk around in sneakers made from Desserto™ - a vegan, plant-based leather partially made from cactus plants - or shine in pieces with glitter sequins made from recycled PET bottles. Just imagine!
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dm drogerie

Many customers come to dm especially for their favourite dm brands. But what many people don't know is that in addition to an excellent price-performance ratio and top quality, dm brands also convince with sustainability.

Sustainability at a glanceThe dm four-leaf clover on dm brands briefly and clearly indicates how the product is environmentally friendly (e.g. raw materials used, recycled paper packaging, etc.). Short transport routes 90% of dm brand products come from Central Europe, most of them from Germany or Switzerland. In this way, dm secures jobs, shortens transport routes and thus reduces CO2 production. No animal testing Products from dm brands are not tested on animals.No microplasticsSince 2014, dm has reformulated dm brand products in the body care and dental care categories to be free of microplastics that could end up in the water chain. Microplastic particles have been replaced with natural and renewable ingredients.

GUESS women

Guess T-shirt and jeans made of eco-friendly materials.
Guess ECO uses recycled materials. As a reflection of its relationship with the planet, Guess is a values-driven brand that is constantly researching more suitable materials.
Recycled Plastic: This fiber is made from recycled plastics and bottles to give items new life and reduce waste.
Recycled cotton: this material is made from surplus textile and manufacturing waste, which is converted into fibres that can be reused for new fabrics.

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