Our Commitments
Flomo group is committed to be consistent in the practice of company social responsibility towards people, environment, and community within the company itself and our business partners.
We look for environmentally friendly processes and materials to contribute to planet earth preservation. We are a few steps ahead than other stationery manufacturers on anticipating future trends and impacts to accomplish our guarantee of product's sustainability.
Flomo eraser is world's 1st eraser that certificated to use Carbon Footprint Label in 2018. It makes us one of the first small sized stationery manufacturers that aware about social, ecological, and economical challenges of globalisation. By having Carbon Footprint Label proves that Flomo is working hard to prevent climate change by optimising production, logistics processes, and using sustainable energy.
Using natural resources in a sensible way is one of our commitments to have a better quality of life. We never stop to level up our sustainability performance through every innovation that we do together with our customers and partners. 

Workplace Code of Conduct



CHILD LABOR: We ensure that all employees are at least 15 years of age, the age for completing compulsory education, or meet the local legal working age, whichever is highest

HARRASSMENT AND ABUSE: We ensure that workplace is free from sexual, psychological, physical and verbal harassment, abuse or intimidation.

FORCED LABOR AND ABUSE OF LABOR: We ensure there is no use of forced labor, including but not limited to withholding working documents, involuntary, non-consensual overtime and prison, coerced, indentured or bonded labor, slave labor or any form of human trafficking.

UNSAFE WORKING CONDITIONS: We provide safe and healthy workplace facilities, including but not limited to factories, dormitories and canteens, which meet the applicable environmental laws and regulations. The supplier shall maintain a productive workplace by taking a proactive approach to health and safety by implementing policies, systems and training designed to minimizing the risk of accidents, injuries related to work, and exposure to health risks.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY: All of our facilities comply with Enforcement Rules of the Labor Standards Act which is issued by Taiwan Ministry of Labor. And we don't have facilities or suppliers who provide goods or services in Algeria, Belarus, Belize, Burundi, Central African Republic, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Korea (North), Kuwait, Libya, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Russia, South Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


2007: Taiwan Excellence
2006: Disney Outstanding Vendor
1993: Taiwan Excellence

Eco Eraser Campaigns

As a form of concern about human's health and environment, FLOMO Education Foundation has been holding various donations and activities

In the first stages of Environmental Awareness, FLOMO Education Foundation hosted a charity event where it donated more than one million free PVC-Free erasers to kids in elementary schools in Taiwan.

In the second stage, the foundation launched the event “Eco Eraser Exchange – Save the Earth” to give students the opportunity to learn how to practically give up those PVC erasers, recycle and participate in Eco-friendly activities, such as “Drawing the Environment a Heart” and “Cherish your own Health”.


Bamboo Charcoal

Bamboo charcoal comes from the rapidly growing moso bamboo plants. This type of bamboo can grow two feet or more in a single day. Bamboo forests are widely planted throughout Asia. It will be harvested at least five years after seedling. Therefore it will be available for generations to generations. And because it is a 100% natural product, it can be recycled into the ecosystem.

What is PVC?

PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) is a hard plastic that can be softer and flexible to be formed by adding phthalates or latex.


What are the dangers of PVC and phthalates?

1. In the 1970s the United States noticed that workers in PVC plants suffered malignant liver cancer.

2. Europe and Australia noticed several types of cancer in PVC plants in PVC workers’ body.

3. Causes hormonal imbalance such as feminization and affects fertility.

4. Causes early puberty and increases the risk of cancer.


What does PVC impact in the environment?

Recycling PVC is difficult. Much of PVC waste is ending up in landfills. The incineration of PVC waste produces dioxin. It is a highly toxic substance that can cause cancer and other diseases. The small amount of dioxin is related to the immune and endocrine system, fertility problems and cancers.