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Sustainable Linens

  • Sustainable Linens

    Did you know that the average American consumer tosses an average of 80 pounds of textile garbage each year? And textile waste the second largest polluter of the environment after the coal industry? We got those stats from, Woollygreen, a think tank that collects all sorts of statistics on textiles. Did you also know that many linen and fashion brands produce their products abroad, leading to overuse of transportation, unfair living wages, and abuse of resources? Many common items are produced with fabrics that aren't 100% natural or biodegradable. Whatever your position on the environment, I hope there is agreement that these common behaviors and practice should be reconsidered and that sustainable products - those that are good to people and the environment - should be top of mind when purchasing textiles.

  • Sustainable Linens

    Did you know that the average American consumer tosses an average of 80 pounds of textile garbage each year? And textile waste the second largest polluter of the environment after the coal industry? We got those stats from, Woollygreen, a think tank that collects all sorts of statistics on textiles. Did you also know that many linen and fashion brands produce their products abroad, leading to overuse of transportation, unfair living wages, and abuse of resources? Many common items are produced with fabrics that aren't 100% natural or biodegradable. Whatever your position on the environment, I hope there is agreement that these common behaviors and practice should be reconsidered and that sustainable products - those that are good to people and the environment - should be top of mind when purchasing textiles.

  • Sustainable Linens

    Did you know that the average American consumer tosses an average of 80 pounds of textile garbage each year? And textile waste the second largest polluter of the environment after the coal industry? We got those stats from, Woollygreen, a think tank that collects all sorts of statistics on textiles. Did you also know that many linen and fashion brands produce their products abroad, leading to overuse of transportation, unfair living wages, and abuse of resources? Many common items are produced with fabrics that aren't 100% natural or biodegradable. Whatever your position on the environment, I hope there is agreement that these common behaviors and practice should be reconsidered and that sustainable products - those that are good to people and the environment - should be top of mind when purchasing textiles.

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