For ecologic textile products there isn't still an official regulation, that's why we consider very important explaining the meaning of the labels that guarantee our commitment.
Furthermore, for the impression and the screen-printed of all our products we have used water-based ink, with the certification of OEKO-TEX Standard 100.
Additionally, the labels and all the advertising items have been made from recycled materials.
All our products are verified with, at least, one of these certificates.
Textile Exchange – Organic Content Standard.
The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is based on the verification, made by a third party, to verify that the final product content the exact quantity of a determined organically grown material. The OCS use the chain of custody of the Content Claim Standard (CCS) requirements.
Bangladesh, Bulgaria, China, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Myanmar, Romania, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam. This core's code consists of 8 labor standards derivated from the ILO Conventions and the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights. It means that the FWF's Code of Labor Practices is based on internationally recognized standards that have been established through tripartite negotiation.
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
Developed by the OEKO-TEX® Association, research group and laboratories in Europe and Japan, and worldwide applied. It focuses on the limitation of certain harmful substances during manufacturing and on the verification that these limitations are met.
Specifically the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certifies that textiles are chemically safe.
Carbon Reduction Label
One product's Carbon Footprint is the amount of CO2 and other greenhouse effect gases emited as part of the production, distribution, use and disposition of a product.
The carbon footprint have been calculated according with the BSI PAS2050 metod and certified by The Carbon Trust.
The reduction of the 90% have been achived thanks to a combination of a low impact organic farming, efficiency in transportation and the manufacture and use of renewable energy instead of electrical energy.