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Nomadix launches 'clean apparel campaign'
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May '16
Courtesy- Nomadix
Courtesy- Nomadix
Nomadix, California based apparel manufacturer has partnered with Recover Textiles, a Spanish producer of upcycled cotton yarns, to launch the ‘clean apparel campaign’ which intends to make sustainable T-shirts that uses recycled textile waste without using any water or dyes.

The campaign seeks to raise money for production of the Clean Tee which is made entirely from recycled cotton. Nomadix T-shirt reduces water consumption by 99 per cent. It consists of reblending cotton from used clothing and textile waste to create new yarn.

The old clothes are sorted by colour and the colour of the Clean Tee is created through the ‘colour-blend process,’ which does not use additional water or dye. The recycled clothing are shredded and spun into Recover yarn. The yarn is then combined with recycled poly waste, turned into fabric, and sewn into a T-shirt. The colour of the Clean Tee is created through the ‘colour-blend process,’ which does not use additional water or dye.

“It’s our responsibility as a generation to commit to sustainable solutions that will do more good than harm, leaving the planet better of than previous generations. Our approach is two-fold. Our ethos is ‘own less do more.’ We want our customers to purchase only long-lasting, environmentally friendly products that they can use for more than one activity. This allows you to unburden yourself from material possessions, and free your time and money for activities, and a richer life,” Nomadix said on its website. (NA)

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