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How our Clothing is Manufactured Eco-Responsibly

Published by: Artmill
04 August 2022
Author: Staff

Are you one of those individuals who are extremely conscious about what you consume as a buyer? The concern is greatly understood by clothing manufacturers and that is why many textile industrialists are striving to bring quality clothing without harming any element of the environment. Artmill is one of the most conscious producers that are deliberately optimizing their industrial development and manufacturing processes to bring prestige with minimal environmental impact.

As the Fashion Industry becomes more and more investigative of the process of manufacturing, men’s and women's garment manufacturers in Pakistan have also committed to abolishing approaches that do not stay in line with the sought-after production trends. Here are some factors textile companies have optimized to incorporate optimal conservation.

1. Material:

The priority of most manufacturers is to remove treatment processes, dyes, and chemicals from manufacturing processes. We try to use only organic raw materials, as that seems to be the primary focus of sustainability.

A lot of clothing companies and fashion influencers have started emphasizing the use of recycled materials. Most textile producers now utilize bamboo, which is also termed the “rapid renewable” in the world of garments, as a cotton alternative. Bamboo features faster growth, and higher CO2 absorption, and does not require too much laundry care. It is also more resistant to pesticides, preventing chemical release in the environment.

2. Design:

Because environmental issues keep expanding with each passing day, companies have opted to infuse eco-friendly designs and production approaches into their systems. The main aim is to eliminate risk from the development process by introducing production processes that are not as resource-intensive. Delivering quality, durability, and high functionality all without the involvement of natural resources is a plausible approach.

Design production can be regulated if companies rely on quality assurance more than fast fashion. Following an eco-conscious practice of recycling will ensure all outsourced materials are free from potential harm. The use of natural dyes is another method to ensure lasting designs, minimal fading, and convenient disposal.

3. Water:

Clothing manufacturing is demonized for its substantial water usage. That is why manufacturers are leaping to adopt sustainable processes and materials to eliminate this factor. The most effective and widely used method is water-recycling processes that bring back wastewater into the production plants. Some fashion-forward clothing brands have even recycled 98% of their total water resource.

4. Logistics:

One responsibility of fashion brands is to endorse sustainable supply chains and efficient logistics to limit the footprint of their products on the environment. This can be done by sourcing materials locally and making the transport process less damaging by choosing a harmless mode of transportation.

The packaging should be recycled and a carbon-neutral shipping partner should be taken on board. These practices strengthen the climate-positive stance of industries, bringing in more eco-conscious consumers to your doorstep. Several logistics providers have started using biofuel to fulfill the eco-demands of the fashion industry.

Artmill is one of the leading textile manufacturers in Pakistan that has been working to embrace these eco-friendly production methods. Have a look at our website to learn how we are working day and night to bring a quality that caters to sustainability.

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