Jute is one of the most widely used natural fibers for various textile applications. It is extracted from the bark of the white jute plant and, to a lesser extent, from red jute (C. olitorius). It is a natural fiber with a silky golden sheen. Jute is a 100% ecological, biodegradable and recyclable fiber. Each hectare of jute plants consumes 15 tons of carbon dioxide, releasing 11 tons of oxygen into the atmosphere. It is a plant that actively and passively contributes to improving the environment
Organic cotton is grown using responsible methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Crops are not treated with pesticides, insecticides or herbicides. These toxins are harmful to farmers and workers, to us as consumers and to wild ecosystems.
Recycled Plastics (RPET)
The containers of plastic bottles of water or soft drinks (made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), can be converted into recycled polyester fiber. By depositing the PET container (bottle of water or soft drink) at a recycling point we are giving a more sustainable and less polluting life to an object of high polluting value such as plastics.