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Rejuvenation commits to sustainably-sourced textiles

May '19
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Expanding their commitment to sustainability through their product assortment, Rejuvenation has announced that all textiles will now be sustainably sourced and made from organic fibres. Further, the Oregon-based company will also completely revamp its bedding assortment and will now only offer textiles that are 100 per cent organic fibre construction.

Rejuvenation’s new linen bedding collection is crafted with 100 per cent organic flax fibres at a Fair Trade Certified factory and is Oeko-Tex Standard 100-certified, surpassing the highest criterion of testing for harmful chemicals and synthetics. Rejuvenation’s new Sateen Bedding collection is made with 100 per cent organic cotton and crafted at a family-owned factory in Guimarães, Portugal. The cotton is certified to the Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS), which is recognised as the world’s leading processing standard for textiles, ensuring both organic fibre composition as well as a finished product free from harsh chemical residues.

“Rejuvenation was started in 1977 as an architectural salvage shop and reuse remains a significant part of who we are today,” said Ryan Ross, executive vice president of Rejuvenation. “We look for opportunities to scale sustainability efforts in partnership with our customers and the ReStore programme will help to raise awareness of the impact that construction waste has on our landfills.” (RR)

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