At RWW Group, we understand the importance of giving back to the communities we serve and protecting the planet we all call home. As part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, we have implemented a number of initiatives aimed at creating positive social and environmental impacts.

This includes partnering with local charities and community groups, sponsoring events and programs that support education, health and well-being, and taking steps to reduce our carbon footprint through sustainable practices such as using electric forklifts and promoting eco-friendly products. We believe that by being socially responsible, we can make a difference in the world and contribute to a better future for all.


At RWW Group, we are committed to building strong relationships with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Our vision is based on mutual understanding, respect, and alignment with the community's values and significance. We are proud and excited about the opportunities that collaboration with these communities will bring.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is the foundation for creating a positive and collaborative environment where both our employees and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities can thrive. We believe that by working together, we can create a brighter future for everyone.


Our electric forklifts are an eco-friendly option as they produce no emissions, making them better for the environment and the health of the operator and other workers. Their energy consumption is optimized as they only use the energy that is needed for operation, and they are energy efficient both when working and on standby as they do not heat up. Additionally, the batteries used in our electric forklifts are mostly made of lead, which is fully recyclable, making them an environmentally sustainable choice.



Did you know hardhats have a 12-month life for the suspension system and 5 years for the outside shell. That’s why RWW has a recycling program to collect these hats and recycle and repurpose the plastic used in manufacturing.

We have also partnered with Kurrajong Recycling Centre to ensure that we recycle as much as possible as-well-as support local Australian business, and their not-for-profit organisation which aims to meet the needs of people with disabilities so that they can lead a life of their choice.

They are a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider and reach all communities across the Riverina Murray region. They offer local access to creative and social programs, therapies, short and long-term accommodation, community access, employment readiness and supported employment.

Their business focus is processing recyclable household and business materials for sale to recycling materials traders and manufacturers both nationally and internationally.


We are proud to be a certified Australian Made, Australian owned company and this is a testament to our outstanding team of skilled workers and solid foundation within the Aussie manufacturing industry. We are passionate about developing our products, building a community for RWW and being able to supply what the Australian market really needs, and to help in any way we can in strengthening the profile of local business, and supporting locally made goods and local communities.

Australian Owned


At RWW Group we are constantly striving to become more sustainable by using renewable energy, offsetting the carbon emisions from our energy use as well as using our buying power to extend our impact.

Renewable Energy
Reducing Textile Landfill


We are proud to offer a recycling program for clothing to all our customers. Used uniforms are collected and industrially cleaned. Once cleaned of grease and oil they are shredded and used as filling in our famous High Visibility dog beds. We can embroider these dog beds for corporate gifts or donate them to animal shelters on your behalf.

You will be provided a destruction certificate and an impact statement to confirm your impact saving the environment.

  • We have incorporated enviro packaging on any manufactured items.
  • We have introduced plastic recycling recently saving 18 cubic meters from landfill every year.
  • We have been recycling cardboard for over 5 years diverting over 1000 cubic meters of cardboard into new cartons.

supply chain

We complete audits on all suppliers and manufacturers to ensure all garments that land in our customers hands are ethically and sustainably sourced.

All factories must be audited in accordance with the 2 pillar SMETA audit – Covering Universal rights, Management systems and code implementation, Responsible recruitment, Entitlement to work and Immigration, Subcontracting and home working.

Supply Chain Audit
Rated Factories


Each and every one of our factories are required to be certified to OEKO-Tex certification – cotton/yarn/dyed fabric ISO:17050-1 and Integrated Management System (IMS) covering ISO : 9001 : 2015 (Quality System) ISO :14001 : 2015 (Environmental Management System) ISO : 45000 : 2018 (Safety Management System).

the dog

The Dog Bed Initiative exemplifies the collaborative efforts between RWW Group, our customers, and animal shelters. By providing these comfortable resting spaces, we aim to improve the quality of life for our furry friends and their caretakers. Moreover, we are proud to contribute to reducing textile waste and promoting environmental sustainability.

Supply Chain Audit
Wasting Material