Acqua di Parma
Acqua di Parma is the expression of exclusively Italian savoir vivre and savoir faire. Quality, creativity, elegance and exclusiveness are the values underpinning the Acqua di Parma style. The quality stems from rigorous selection of materials and prestige handcrafting. The creativity gives new forms to a timeless classic.
Acqua di Parma is owned by LVMH group, a holding company with a transparent and open attitude to corporate social responsibility. The quality of the natural, agricultural and urban landscapes is a priority for the LVMH group and all their sites are carefully designed to seamlessly blend into their environment. LVMH group also implements every resource to facilitate the recovery of its waste. The employees in all Group companies have received special training and each work station on their production sites is equipped with selective sorting containers.
Promotes Equal Pay
Fair Pay for All
No Animal Testing
LVMH published an Environment Charter signed by Bernard Arnault in 2001. This document aims to continually heighten the commitment and awareness of all Group employees. It sets out key principles, including a commitment to best-in-breed environmental performance, encouraging collective initiatives, formally structuring risk prevention and pursuing commitments that extend beyond the enterprise. This commitment was renewed in 2003 when LVMH joined the United Nations Global Compact initiated by Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
The LVMH corporate Environmental Affairs Department ensures close tracking of all related issues at the central level. It supervises a quarterly committee meeting attended by representatives of each Group company. The Group is also directly involved in many French and European environmental organisations. The Environmental Affairs Department deploys a wide range of resources to align the Group with global best practices. These include regulatory and technical intelligence, creation of specific management tools, risk prevention, training and awareness building, audits and management of reporting.
Each Group company has also developed its own Environmental Management System with support from the corporate Environmental Affairs Department. Several of the LVMH companies have embraced ISO 14001 certification, including Hennessy, Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot.