Is one of the benefits (and responsibilities) of owning a business. To us, community is anything from local to global. Our community mindset plays a part in every decision we make, from choosing Aveda as our product line to the way we handle the waste of our salons. It’s why it gets it’s own dot.
See the various ways Zona gives back:
We provided Habitat for Humanity homeowners with with Aveda products for the bathrooms and Zona services for the family.
We worked with the University of Massachusetts on a study to reduce the impact of salon wastewater
We contributed to the City of Hope Cancer Research Center
We sold 400 native seedlings at our salons to raise money for North & South River Watershed Association
We sold various Aveda products to donate to Earth Month
We participate in Locks for Love
We host art shows to support local artists
The first Zona salon was in Sicily, decades ago. Today, it’s a South Shore institution, with the third generation of the family opening a salon in Hingham later this month.
There is a lot to think about when you consider the environment. We are sometimes brought to debate the sacrifice between living greener or looking beautiful. Luckily Zona Salon is doing their part to help both sides and ease the conflict.
ZONA Salon in Hingham is selling 400 seedlings to benefit NSRWA – winterberry, bayberry and white spruce. They are also offering a 10% discount on their services with the purchase of a plant.
It’s important to us at Zona to provide opportunities for editorial expression at Zona. We partnered with leading Boston photographer Michael Indresano to create three looks for our Inspired Naturally campaign. The participants in the shoot were Frank Zona, Michelle Keating, Stefanie Gilardo, Lindsey Phelps, Hannah Sances, and Andrew Zona with makeup by Vanessa Pare. We are sometimes brought to debate the sacrifice between living greener or looking beautiful. Luckily Zona Salon is doing their part to help both sides and ease the conflict.
Global sustainability leader Aveda™ today announced it has become the first beauty company in the world and only the second U.S. company in any industry to receive a Cradle to Cradle (C2C) sustainability endorsement, with seven Aveda products achieving Gold Level C2C certification.
Impact of wastewater streams from beauty parlors: Suku Sengupta of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is working with Zona Salons and hair product manufacturers to identify and quantify the effects that wastewaters from beauty parlors have on wastewater treatment systems, including septic tanks and soil absorption systems. The project is evaluating several approaches for reducing the concentrations of organic chemicals in salon wastewater.
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