Aside from natural fibers like cotton and wool, to reduce environmental impacts, you can use recycled synthetic materials and bio-based alternatives to traditional petroleum-based synthetic materials. This helps to reduce synthetic microfiber pollution by utilizing new technological fibers in addition to using landfill degrading polymers that disintegrate when discarded.
We aware of the extensive use of water in the textile industry, and therefore
have a laser focus on reducing the consumption of water in our
manufacturing processes such as dyeing fabric, as well as mitigating any
collateral damage from wastewater.
Examples of success in reducing the textile industry’s negative effect on the environment with regard to the reduction in water consumption, using renewable energy to keep water safe as well as lower carbon footprint, are exemplified in the following certifications; Bluesign®, Global Recycle Standard , Oeko-Tex® and Higg Index®.