Recycling

Nice to see you again! Here, nothing new is produced, but already existing materials, such as PET bottles, recycled. We think that's a good thing.

 

The declared goal is to steadily reduce our CO2 emissions and minimize waste production. This includes not only reducing the use of crude oil-based plastic products but, in addition to using renewable energies, reusing already existing materials and the resulting life-cycle extension. Recycling is an important issue that also affects the fashion industry. Polyester fibers are among the most widely used textile fibers worldwide. They are characterized mainly by their long shelf life, but are made from petroleum, a non-renewable raw material. In addition, the increasing plastic garbage is a massive environmental problem worldwide, since plastic decomposes only after centuries. We want to produce as little waste as possible and therefore use predominantly recycled polyester, which performs just as well in sustainability aspects as organic cotton. This reduces resource consumption, saves energy and water, and reduces CO2 emissions. In addition, no new plastic must be produced for this.