A Long Term Solution to Sustainability
  • Man-made synthetic fibers will always contribute to increased population, even if recycled into new products

Recycling plastics is a Start

It is important to reduce, reuse and recycle because it makes an positive impact. However, even recycled plastic will continue to release microplastic fibers causing harm to our environment each time it is re-purposed or upcycled.

Resources are dwindling

Man-made synthetic fibers such as polyester, acrylic and nylon are crude oil derivatives. Crude oil is a non-renewable resource and is at risk.

Our water system are at risk

New research has shown that micro-fiber pollution from man-made synthetic fibers is released into the water supply each time a garment is washed creating a major threat to the Earth’s water system.

Creating products that last

Cotton’s strength and durability allow for the development of apparel, textiles and home goods that last longer which ultimately is better for our environment.