The production process of our organic clothing
Our organic products are ethically made and most importantly manufactured solely using sustainable energy generated from wind and solar power. The garments are made in manufacturing facilities in India powered by wind turbines, from low impact organic cotton under the Global Organic Textile Standard (G.O.T.S) and certified by the Soil Association (UK). G.O.T.S covers the production, processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, export, import and distribution to ensure that no harm has been done during the whole process.
The production process of our recycled clothing
Our recycled products are certified in accordance with the Global Recycled Standard and the Organic Content Standard by Control Union Certifications, licence CU 828402. In other words, this means that the whole supply chain has been checked and reports traceability, environmental principles, social requirements and labelling. This also means that the traceability and integrity of the raw materials during all the manufacturing stages has been checked. The GRS ensures accurate content claims, good working conditions, and minimises harmful environmental and chemical impacts.
As a result of using renewable energy and low-impact farming techniques, we have reduced the carbon footprint of our organic shirts by over 89%, while producing the apparel in an ethical and sustainable manner. This proves that it is possible to produce cotton clothing without any detrimental effects on the Earth's soil, water, or inhabitants, whether they be animals, plants or people, or to its climate. Example: The Carbon Trust calculated that without the use of renewable energy, the carbon footprint of the Men's classic organic white t-shirt in size Large would have been 6.574kg CO2; it now stands at 671gwhich represents an 89.79% reduction in CO emissions.
Low water usage
Fair working condition
All our recycled and organic products are a part of the Fair Wear Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization whose main focus is improving the textile industry's working conditions. Everyone on this planet has a right to a safe and healthy work environment, to be paid a living wage and to be free from harassment and fair working hours. As a member of the Fair Wear Foundation, the factory must implement a Code of Conduct:
- No use of child labour
- No use of forced labour
- Safe and healthy working conditions
- Legal labour contracts
- Payment of living wage
- Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
- No discrimination against employees
- No excessive hours of work