People concern to accomplish the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs is growing fast.
At Tiffosi, we are committed to the planet. We are committed to developing more sustainable products and processes that respect the environment.
Our commitment to the future.
Our COMMITMENT to the Blue Planet.
We are committed to the planet and that’s why we’re constantly searching for new solutions that respect the environment. Our goal is to offer sustainable garments.
We’re lowering water intake in our manufacturing methods with technologies that permit us to conserve freshwater sources and use it more responsibly. Efficient management facilitates us to reduce greenhouse fuel emissions. Our processes permit us to reduce emissions and/or using chemical merchandise in production methods.
Organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemical fertilizers, and is simply better for your health and the environment.
Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility and build biologically diverse agriculture, making natural cottons an eco-friendly fabric. Clothing made from organic cottons have the feel of linen without the weight. Since natural cottons are not chemically stripped of its natural wax, most weaves have a characteristic smoothness and weight.
Hemp fabric is a sustainable textile made of fibres of a very high-yielding crop in the cannabis sativa plant family. Historically used for industrial purposes, like rope and sails, hemp is known as one of the most versatile and durable natural fibres.
Growing and processing of hemp fibre does not involve use of pesticides and other chemicals. This makes hemp fibre a natural and environmentally friendly product. Its one of the strongest and most durable natural textile fibres, has a superior durability and is easily recyclable.
Recycled cotton can be generally defined as converting cotton fabric into cotton fibre. This technique transforms unneeded wastage and can be a more sustainable alternative to disposal. Recycled cotton can come from second-hand clothing or from textile waste and leftovers which are then spun into new yarns and fabrics.
The amount of energy, water and dye use is reduced from using a product that has already been processed. Since recycled cotton yarns most commonly are sourced from pre-consumer textile scraps that are sorted by color, the yarns are already dyed.
Post Consumer Waste
Post-consumer waste is material that has served its intended purpose and has completed its life cycle, as a consumer item, and can now be recycled and reused.
This process enables the industry to turn non-rewearable textiles - that currently have no other destination than downcycling, landfill or incineration - into valuable feedstock for high-value recycling.
Recycled polyester, also known as RPET, it’s made of recycled plastic water bottles, textile waste and even old fishing nets, removing waste from oceans and landfills.
Using recycled instead of virgin polyester reduces our dependency on fossil fuels, requires less energy and produces fewer carbon emissions.
This fibers are produced by environmentally responsible processes from the sustainably sourced natural raw material wood.
Known for their natural comfort, this fibers are versatile and can be combined with a wide range of textile fibers and are known for being exquisitely soft and pleasant to the skin.
All products identified with the “Blue Planet” label have already been developed with more environmentally friendly processes and/or raw materials. Under this label, we categorise all products that have been produced using higher techniques and more sustainable materials, from organic to recycled fibers and fabrics.
We are committed to offer more “Blue Planet” garments each collection, growing our sustainable offer throw time, contributing to a better environment.