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Hand-crafted in Tasmania these ECO friendly & sustainable earthy unisex linen infinity scarves add texture and ooze simple Eco style with frayed edge and on trend colour palette by local maker Venture 4th.
Made from top quality Belgium linen these scarves will always make a statement and add the final touches, a must for the scarf connoisseur.
Flax, naturally Eco Flax is a natural product that does not require irrigation during growth, and needs little or no chemical treatment. All parts of the plant are used, so there is no waste. Linen fabric is 100% biodegradable and recyclable. The environmental impact of spinning and weaving flax is virtually zero. The supplier I use also invests systematically in new techniques and production methods to reduce the consumption of energy and raw materials even further. Also the supplier I use only selects partners that meet their high ecological standards for finishing of its linen products. Biological waste water purification, use of water-based dyes and oxygen-based bleaches are minimum requirements. The selected dyes are fully compliant with the European REACH standard.
This collection achieves the highest ecological standards of all: the flax for this collection is grown in an entirely organic way. Spinning, weaving and finishing of the linen is done using the most ecological and socially responsible methods, as confirmed by the GOTS certification that covers the entire production process. CO2-neutral mill A sustainable policy has always been part of my supplier’s mission. Sustainability has become even more important in recent years, which is why my supplier has chosen to pursue an even more active policy. One result of this has been the CO2-neutral label awarded to them in 2014. In 2011, my supplier launched a partnership with CO2 consultancy CO2logic. After measuring emissions, CO2logic and my supplier drafted an integrated ecological plan to reduce emissions by one third over a period of two years. Green electricity, LED lighting, solar panels, a more environmentally friendly car fleet and optimisation of waste processing are just a few of the measures that were implemented.
Emissions that cannot be reduced in the short term are offset annually by supporting an international climate project in Uganda that manufactures energy-efficient cookers for local people. Each device reduces CO2 emissions by 1.4 tons per year, reduces local deforestation and improves the health of the local population