The textile industry uses a huge consumption of water and oil resources. So with sustainability in mind, Jorgen House work with an Italian mill who collect waste material left over from the production floor.
This pre-consumption waste are materials that were unusable in any other way and would have been disposed of as external waste. The discarded materials are recast using a regeneration process which is then integrated back into threads for knitting.
Every kilo of this yarn saves 100 litres of gas oil. This is a highly ecological product which aims to reduce CO2 emissions, consumes less water and uses renewable energy.
Jorgen House manufacture all their garments in a factory which works towards a more sustainable textile production model, respecting both the environment and all the people involved throughout the production and supply chain.
Their factory is run with 100% renewable energy and manufactures with sustainable fibres, such as organic cotton, recycled polyester and manmade cellulosic fibres from non-endangered certified forests.
They have a dedicated sustainability team constantly developing and implementing new strategies and practices towards a greener production.