What can we do when facing clothing industry pollution

The present situation of pollution in Garment Industry

Sun Ruizhe, president of China Textile Industry Federation, introduced at the 2019 Climate Innovation Fashion Summit that the textile and clothing industry has become the second-largest polluting industry after the oil industry in the world.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe says it takes about 2700 liters of water to produce a cotton shirt and 7500 liters of water to produce a pair of jeans, while a person drinks only about 1000 liters a year. At present, the textile and clothing industry has become the second-largest water consumption industry in the world, and the amount of wastewater generated every year accounts for about 20% of the global wastewater. In addition, the greenhouse gas emissions of the textile and clothing industry have exceeded the total emissions of international flights and shipping.

We need to take actions

We have only one earth, which is our common home, and we need to work together.
In the face of clothing pollution, what we can do are:

As an individual

Buy high-quality clothes to increase the number of times you wear and the useful life. Because the poor workmanship of the material of clothing after wearing will appear deformation, discoloration, and other problems.
Buy clothes made of sustainable materials, such as recycled polyester, which is made from recycled bottles.
(1) reduce the number of times to buy clothes.
(2)transform old clothes, such as changing long style into short style and long sleeves into vests.
(3)Donate old clothes, such as to poor and remote areas.

As a factory and enterprise.

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(1) clothing raw materials.

Choose more natural and environmentally friendly raw materials, such as organic cotton, flax, Ramie, wool, and cashmere.
Choose renewable and environmentally friendly raw materials, such as renewable polyester fiber and renewable cotton.

(2) packing raw materials.

Select cartons made of recycled pulp; gradually reduce the use of desiccants and copying paper; tape without logo to reduce printing.

(3) equipment

Choose dyeing plants that introduce equipment with water cycle wastewater treatment procedures to reduce the use of freshwater.

(4) product quality

Do a good job in every detail of the clothing in order to increase the number of times and duration of use of the clothes.

(5) concept of sustainable knowledge

To do a good job in the training of internal environmental protection knowledge, we should also transmit this knowledge and ideas to customers at ordinary times, and recommend them to choose sustainability.
Raw materials as the first choice.

BLING-K is on the way

BLING-K has been committed to the production of high-end clothing, our main market is Europe. Our clothing factory has passed the BSCI certification and has been engaged in sustainable product research and development since 2017, and the first sustainable product production and delivery have been reached in 2018. In recent years, we also have the certification of GRS RWS, and the certification of GOTS is also in progress. It is precise because of the accumulation of experience over the past few years that we have been able to make a rapid response to the clothing industry in the entire European market. When our customers come to consult us, we can immediately come up with a plan to save them the whole order time and occupy the market in the first place.
We have always hoped that we have never moved you because of the price, but because of the profession.
I hope that after you have walked around outside, you will still come back and say to us: you are still reliable!


Let’s hope that humans are smart enough to understand how the world is changing

With more understanding, we can make better choices about what to do.

We can face the challenges of pollution in global warming.

We need to do this before it is too late.

This planet-earth is our only home and we need to protect it.

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