Environmental Mission

As a company, we recognize the importance of environmental stewardship. We are committed to advancing environmental initiatives in our internal practices, by increasing education and awareness throughout our partnership base, and through collaboration with the communities where we make and sell our products. On behalf of the customers, employees, shareholders, and the communities we serve, we strive to continually reduce the environmental impact of our business.


  • Unnecessary travel reduced in the associate hiring, including use of online
    applications, virtual interviews, travel consolidation for career fairs, and
    recruiter transportation by train versus air
  • Remote collaboration tools used by teams who work with multiple third-party
    vendors to communicate and work together virtually which minimizes travel
    required to Home Office


  • Travel paths optimized by key shipping service providers to increase fuel
    efficiency and sustainability in operations
  • Computer aided-designs (CADs) shared electronically by associates with
    vendors versus printing and sending hard copy versions, reducing the amount
    of material printed and shipped overseas

At Princeton Prissy Products®, we take steps to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills, implement recycling programs and address issues related to hazardous chemicals. Further, we continue to identify strategies to minimize our waste generation through education, innovation, prevention, reduction and recycling


Princeton Prissy Products® products are made in partnership with manufacturers who believe and/or produce products containing post-consumer recycled material and/or recycled fabrics within each garment and/or product, whenever possible

Princeton Prissy Products® expects all vendors and suppliers to:

  1. Purchase materials from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict;
  2. Avoid the use of conflict minerals which may, directly or indirectly, finance or benefit armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or covered countries;
  3. Confirm and verify that materials purchased are conflict-free, based on personal knowledge, reliable written representations and certifications, or other
    verifiable evidence provided by the supplier of items containing conflict minerals; and
  4. Cooperate with Princeton Prissy Products’s “Due Diligence” process that was
    established by Princeton Prissy Products® to comply with the Act’s conflict
    minerals provisions

Due Diligence is a process in which Princeton Prissy Products® must systematically gather information about its supply chain and report data pertaining to the source of its conflict minerals, as required by the Act. Princeton Prissy Products® follows the due diligence guidelines approved by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and will have its process audited if and as required by the Act.