RAW MATERIALS

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  • Hemp is the ideal textile that can be luxurious and high quality while simultaneously being sustainable and eco-friendly.

  • Cultivation and harvesting. Hemp is an annual plant that grows from seed. It grows in a range of soils. While the stalks lay in the field, most of the nutrients extracted by the plant are returned to the soil as the leaves decompose, this regenerates the soil as the new hemp plants grow.

PRODUCTION

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  • SDG #11 Extreme poverty is often concentrated in urban spaces, and national and city governments struggle to accommodate the rising population in these areas. Making cities safe and sustainable means ensuring access to safe and affordable housing, and upgrading slum settlements.

  • Furthermore, we provide the healthiest of working conditions with medical benefits, safety insurance, regular salary raises, vacation days, and community building.

  • SDG #12 The transition to sustainable consumption and production of goods and services is necessary to reduce the negative impact on the climate and the environment, and on people's health. ... Sustainable consumption and production is a cross-cutting issue that complements other goals.

  • We use only EU approved dyes and chemicals in our dyeing and finishing and carefully monitor and control waste water.

WATER MANAGEMENT

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  • SDG #6, one of 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN in 2015. It calls for clean water and sanitation for all people. The official wording is: "Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all."

  • We use only EU approved dyes and chemicals in our dyeing and finishing and carefully monitor and control waste water.

RECYCLED WASTE

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  • SDG #12 The transition to sustainable consumption and production of goods and services is necessary to reduce the negative impact on the climate and the environment, and on people's health. ... Sustainable consumption and production is a cross-cutting issue that complements other goals.

  • Off cuts of fabric are collected and re spun into new fabrics

  • See link flow chart

END OF LIFE

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  • SDG #13 Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. ... Climate change, however, is a global challenge that does not respect national borders. It is an issue that requires solutions that need to be coordinated at the international level to help developing countries move toward a low-carbon economy.

  • The end of life for Hemp products after multiple re-use, in the right environment is 3-6 months to decompose/biodegrade back into the earth.