Here you will find frequently asked questions and answers regarding Traeger's Environmental & Social Compliance.
Where does Traeger manufacture its goods?
Our hard goods, including our grills and accessories, are sourced from several countries worldwide. Our wood pellets and food products are sourced exclusively from North America.
How does Traeger promote and uphold good working conditions and human rights?
Traeger is committed to preventing social and environmental impacts from its operations, products, and supply chain.
Traeger requires all production partners to sign our Vendor and Supplier Code of Conduct, which outlines labor and human rights provisions in alignment with industry standards and ILO Conventions. We verify our production partners’ compliance with the Vendor and Supplier Code of Conduct through ongoing factory training, auditing, and remediation.
Does Traeger measure its carbon footprint?
Yes! Traeger has a Sustainable Wood Sourcing Policy that outlines the requirements for all wood products entering our wood pellet supply chain.
Throughout 2022, Traeger will perform Scope 1, 2, and 3 GHG (Greenhouse gases) inventories, in addition to product lifecycle assessments of high-revenue generating grills.
We will also report our carbon footprint in 2022 via the Carbon Disclosure Project.
What packaging materials does Traeger use, and what percentage is recyclable?
Traeger products are designed to utilize curbside recyclable materials such as corrugated, paperboard, and molded paper pulp. Our current products use only very minimal amounts of polystyrene on very few older products as necessary to prevent damage. Still, we are continually assessing usage and have numerous projects and initiatives to eliminate these materials from our portfolio.
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