"Every year, textiles are thrown in the trash worth about $460 billion. In other words, every second in the world, one truck full of textile waste is dumped in landfill. Did you know that extending the lifespan of clothing by only nine months would reduce the carbon and water footprint and the amount of waste by up to 20-30%." We just need to move towards more sustainable products, more recycling and reform of manufacturing methods.
THE WORLD IS LITTERING, POLLUTING, DRINKING WATER IS DECLINING AND CLIMATE CHANGE IS ACCELERATING - WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE NOW?
BRAND AS A FORERUNNER IN JEAN RECYCLING - RECYCLE YOUR BROKEN JEANS AND DO AN ECO-DEED THROUGH FASHION. WHAT ARE THE CLOTHES OF THE FUTURE?
Did you know this about jeans?
1. Did you know that making one new jeans consumes more than 10,000 l of clean drinking water, equivalent to three months' showers for one person or 17 years of drinking water (120l/shower/day or 1.8l drinking water/day).