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Eden continues to lead green movement in hospitality textiles
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There is no denying that each year more and more products are coined with "green" buzzwords like "organic" and "eco-friendly". But for Canadian manufacturer, Eden Textile, the influence of "green" is not a new phenomenon. Since the company's inception, the importance of environmental sustainability has been at the core of the sought after Eden brand.

According to President Mike Wilson, "Our goal has always been to be the most recognized name in our industry, known for making superior products to the world's most exacting environmental standards."

Products like Eden's Kiwi Collection are evidence that high quality beds and bedding can be produced to the highest eco standards, while still achieving luxurious comfort and durability. Each sheet in Eden's Kiwi Collection is created to the human ecological safety certification Oeko-Tex, meaning all Kiwi linens have met one of the industry's most stringent ecological standards. Few other textile manufacturers in the hospitality industry today hold this esteemed level of distinction.

Eden Textile employs additional environmentally sustainable processes using non-toxic, non-carcinogenic chemicals from countries that enforce stringent environmental laws in accordance with ISO-14001. As an example, chlorine bleach and harmful chemicals have been removed from the manufacturing process and replaced with environmentally friendly compounds that break down into oxygen and water. Reverse Osmosis is also used in the construction of all of Eden's products meaning that recycled water is used in the processing phase of the sheets to minimize waste and avoid machine erosion.

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