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At Redox, Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is about responsible business leadership. It influences how business is conducted, interactions with stakeholders, and the value contributed to society.


At Redox it is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons, with employment decisions based on job specifications, individual qualifications and business needs without regard to race, colour, nationality, religion, gender, age, sexual-orientation or disability. We are committed to fair employment practices and pride ourselves on providing a work environment free of harassment and discrimination.

We offer support programmes for employees including an independent counselling service covering areas such as bereavement, divorce and alcohol abuse. Our maternity leave processes ensure employees are ready to return to work. We work with our employees to accommodate flexible working where possible.

Redox uses professional benchmarking and diagnostic tools to evaluate performance on a regular basis, and measures its impact on employees. Redox ensures there is open communication between all levels of the business, which is highlighted through regular meetings and a casual workplace culture.

Environment and Community

Redox has fitted its Australian sites with photovoltaic solar generation systems, bringing our total capacity to 600kW. Redox is committed to installing more solar power generation systems as a practical environmental initiative and to reduce operating expenses.

As a result of these efforts and others, Ecovadis has awarded Redox the Silver medal sustainability rating.

In 2023 Redox also commenced the transition to zero-emission vehicles and began the installation of electric car charging infrastructure at it’s sites.

Our commitment to the community goes beyond just environmental efforts. We are equally devoted to making a positive impact on the communities in which we work, and providing our employees with the opportunity to give back through our paid volunteering programs, empowering them to make their own contributions.

Redox understands the importance of sourcing its products from ethical and socially responsible suppliers ensuring labour rights, health and safety, the environment and business ethics are uncompromised. As such, Redox has memberships with relevant ethical organisations including EcoVadis, Sedex, Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD). This ensures that we interact within ethical supply chains and enables Redox to demonstrate leadership as a responsible business inside the market.



Redox has established a philanthropic relationship with Médecins Sans Frontières in support of the urgent work they do around the world.


Redox has maintained an impeccable track record in logistics.


Redox has established strong dynamic relationships with its clients and suppliers due to its commitment to quality assurance and regulatory affairs.