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Piece Of Jeans on mukana mahdollistamassa poistotekstiilien erilliskeräyksen kuluttajille. Piece Of Jeans tekee yhteistyötä Lounais-Suomen jätehuollon sekä muiden kuntien jätehuoltoyhtiöiden kanssa valmistaakseen kuluttajien poistotekstiileistä KaMu-keräysastioiden farkkuhuput. Paimion jalostuslaitos avasi ovensa 2.11.2021.

Ecologically produced fashion, from where? Ecological fashion is a word and Google searches are on the rise strongly, both in Finland and globally. People are beginning to think more and more about the environmental impact of clothing, food production and travel, and that is a good thing. But if you study ecological fashion at the level of concept, then what does that ecological fashion really mean?

The internet is full of texts and discussions on whether it is more ecological to choose a canvas bag, a durable bag, a paper bag or perhaps a plastic bag. However, in most cases, a plastic bag made of recycled materials and a cloth bag made of recycled materials are compared. Or the benchmark is durable bags made of recycled polypropylene plastic, which appear to have a strong surface feel, but are in reality plastic. It goes without saying that the use of recycled material is a less environmentally friendly choice than recycled.

The production of jeans in low-cost countries is one of the biggest uses of cotton cultivation. The cotton field requires a lot of water and care in the form of various pesticides and chemicals, making it one of the most water consuming and most polluting industries on earth. Unfortunately, however, the story does not end there.
The journey of jeans from cotton to the finished product involves many stages, most of which are harmful to the environment. The most harmful is the process of bleaching jeans, which requires a large amount of water and is at the same time dangerous for people who are in contact with the chemicals needed for bleaching. Read on, Did you know these facts about jeans and how to make jeans. Do you know in which country your jeans are made? In low-cost production, there is talk of an irresponsible clothing industry.
The production of jeans in low-cost countries is one of the biggest uses of cotton cultivation. The cotton field requires a lot of water and care in the form of various pesticides and chemicals, making it one of the most water consuming and most polluting industries on earth. Unfortunately, however, the story does not end there.
The journey of jeans from cotton to the finished product involves many stages, most of which are harmful to the environment. The most harmful is the process of bleaching jeans, which requires a large amount of water and is at the same time dangerous for people who are in contact with the chemicals needed for bleaching. Read on, Did you know these facts about jeans and how to make jeans. Do you know in which country your jeans are made? In low-cost production, there is talk of an irresponsible clothing industry.
The production of jeans in low-cost countries is one of the biggest uses of cotton cultivation. The cotton field requires a lot of water and care in the form of various pesticides and chemicals, making it one of the most water consuming and most polluting industries on earth. Unfortunately, however, the story does not end there.
The journey of jeans from cotton to the finished product involves many stages, most of which are harmful to the environment. The most harmful is the process of bleaching jeans, which requires a large amount of water and is at the same time dangerous for people who are in contact with the chemicals needed for bleaching. Read on, Did you know these facts about jeans and how to make jeans. Do you know in which country your jeans are made? In low-cost production, there is talk of an irresponsible clothing industry.
The production of jeans in low-cost countries is one of the biggest uses of cotton cultivation. The cotton field requires a lot of water and care in the form of various pesticides and chemicals, making it one of the most water consuming and most polluting industries on earth. Unfortunately, however, the story does not end there.
The journey of jeans from cotton to the finished product involves many stages, most of which are harmful to the environment. The most harmful is the process of bleaching jeans, which requires a large amount of water and is at the same time dangerous for people who are in contact with the chemicals needed for bleaching. Read on, Did you know these facts about jeans and how to make jeans. Do you know in which country your jeans are made? In low-cost production, there is talk of an irresponsible clothing industry.