The process of converting raw cotton into yarns, fabrics & garments requires even more water. Dyestuffs & chemicals deplete & pollute the limited fresh water around production facilities, & are a major contributor to CO2 emissions.
Textile production today is one of the most environmentally detrimental industries in the world. Cotton is a major raw material. It is natural & renewable, but due to large quantities of fertilizers, pesticides, & water needed for ts cultivation, it is an extremely resource intensive crop.
When a garment is produced, approximately 20% of fabric used turns into waste. This waste is traditionally discarded, burned, exported, or down-cycled into low quality fabrics, insulation & padding materials.
"The item was compared to the equivalent yarn in the most commonly used composition produced in the same country-recycle cotton compared to conventional cotton / recycle polyester to virgin ployester / ecovero viscose to conventional viscose in an open loop process. The processes and transportation used were based on the most commonly used in the industry and in Bangladesh."
Textile production today is one of the most environmentally detrimental industries in the world. Producing yarns, fabrics and garments requires tremendous amount of resources, and creates a lot of textile waste in the process
Aus Bangla Jutex’s mission is to turn this waste into high-quality brand-new accessories.
Aus Bangla Jutex with a fully compliant production facility that spans over an area of 55000 sft and with a production capacity of 1 million bags per month is working towards reducing your carbon footprint, to preserve the eco system for the future generation.