Diamond supplier Dimexon has unveiled an in-depth look at its sustainability goals with the release of its new ESG report.

The report is titled ‘Diamonds with Purpose: Our 2022 ESG report and roadmap to
sustainable luxury’.

It sets out the impressive list of corporate social responsibility goals the supplier has set to show that it is head-and-shoulders above the competition in that arena.


Dimexon is a diamond manufacturer specialising in melee and calibrated round diamonds, working with watch and jewellery maisons around the world and sourcing primarily from companies De Beers and Rio Tinto.

Some of its long list of sustainability and social responsibility goals can be read below:

  • 100% traceability on individual diamonds of 0.18ct and above by 2023
  • 100% traceability on mixed parcels of diamonds weighing less than 0.18ct by 2025
  • 100% of suppliers to comply with its responsible supplier policy by 2023
  • Zero single-use plastic by 2023
  • Zero waste to landfill by 2025
  • Carbon neutral by 2030
  • To continue to align with other initiatives that promote responsible luxury

Dimexon director, Rajiv Mehta, said about the launch of the ESG report: “We are proud to present Dimexon’s first ESG report: ‘Diamonds with Purpose: Our 2022 ESG Report and roadmap to sustainable luxury’.

“At Dimexon, our ESG-led approach allows us to maintain our position as a trusted and responsible supplier of natural diamonds to a growing network of global customers.

“Our purpose of inspiring sustainable luxury is embedded into our business practices and our priorities to deliver long-term value to our stakeholders.

“Being a responsible organisation allows Dimexon to connect with leading businesses in the diamond industry, foster a loyal customer base and drive profitability.”

In the last year, the supplier’s key sustainability and social responsibility goals include:

  • 3.72 tCO2e emission intensity per 1,000cts of diamonds produced
  • 50% Reduction in energy consumption at its Mumbai office
  • Zero Liquid Discharge certification at its facility in Coimbatore, India
  • 54% of water is recycled and reused at its Coimbatore, India factory
  • 85% of workforce is female, with 67% of those employees having been with the
    company for more than 10 years
  • 6,000 freshly cooked meals provided each week at no cost to the local community in
    Coimbatore during the peak of the pandemic
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