Neem Recycled Cotton Shirt Vs The Standard Shirt
- We take waste out of a broken system so it doesn’t end up in landfill. Our shirt emits 40% less GHG C02e and uses 93% less water and 40% less energy.
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Neem Recycled Cotton Shirt Vs The Standard ShirtWe take waste out of a broken system so it doesn’t end up in landfill. Our shirt emits 40% less GHG C02e and uses 93% less water and 40% less energy.
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The miles travelled
We spin in Spain, weave in Italy and craft in Romania, keeping our manufacturing close to home.
We see it as our mission to reduce waste and pollution caused by fashion
We have measured the waste, energy, GHG, and water usage through a life cycle analysis, to fully understand the environmental impact of what we are producing.
We use recycled and natural materials that use less energy. Our shirt uses 40% less energy and 40% less C02e than a standard shirt.
As we convert to electric transportation and increase the recycled content in our shirts we are focused on making that stat even better.
The water used VS the standard shirt
By only using recycled and organic cotton, our shirt uses 93% less water than standard shirts and limits water pollution with non-toxic, biodegradable dyes.
As we study each stage of production, we’ll reduce this further in tandem with our dyer in Italy.
What else are we doing?
We are working towards menswear that leaves behind zero emissions, zero harm, and zero waste. Our long-term drive is not just to produce the lowest emitting shirt in the world, but in order to be carbon neutral, we do to ensure that there is clear accountability for our production.
As we sell we also invest in other schemes
We support a UK Tree Buddying scheme, focusing on the neighbourhoods our customers live in.
We invest in the Harmanlik Wind Power Plant to create green energy.
We also invest in a community project in Guatemala which prevents local forests from being cleared and improves health conditions through the distribution of fuel-efficient cook-stoves.