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A naturally strong, breathable, comfortable and durable fiber. Hemp is fast becoming a ideal low impact environmental fabric for the future, as it is highly resistant to pests and its dense growth does not require chemicals of any kind. As well as being 100% compostable it regenerates and improves soil health as it grows. Hemp is a highly sustainable fabric providing resistance to UV and the plant itself has many beneficial uses.


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Rather than using conventional genetic engineering, organic cotton farmers use non-genetically modified crops and abstain from any synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, which are harmful and damaging to both people and the environment.  The alternative production of certified organic cotton benefits; the use of less water and energy to produce a more softer & more breathable fabric, all the while making less impact on Earth resources.


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Plastic bottles are a huge problem with over 800 million tons end up in landfill each year. Recycling the PET  (Polyethylene Terephthalate) from plastic bottles into polyester fiber not only reduces landfill, it causes far less air pollution than making new PET. Recycled PET is a strong durable, performance fiber as it wicks always moisture and guarantees easy care.

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RECYCLED FABRIC is an effective way to reduce waste since the yarn is coloured after spinning and there is no need for dyeing the fabric. This saves on the water solution treatment and is good for the environment.

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Low impact EU approved dyes are  used in our dyeing and finishing ensuring that the waste water
is carefully controlled and monitored for a lower impact on the environment. Botanical dyeing techniques are both innovative  and being constantly developed creating positive steps towards a cleaner, safer and non toxic planet.