Revealing the True Impact: A Comprehensive Lifecycle Assessment

Revealing the True Impact: A Comprehensive Lifecycle Assessment

With customers across various countries and industries, we are committed to providing data. A well-known phrase states, "In God we trust, but all others must bring data." We have thoroughly analyzed our Earth Bags from inception to disposal. This information is not only beneficial for us but also allows our clients to understand the impact of their purchases from our brand.

Our assessment focuses on one of our leading products, the Earth Bag Premium, considering aspects such as weight and dimensions. We examine the raw materials used in this design, which include standard canvas made from recycled water bottles and vinyl from billboards, tailored for various applications.

We will elaborate on the remaining categories below.

In terms of raw materials, we base our assumptions on categories like assuming that 50% of the weight is canvas and 50% vinyl, with sources including the Higgs Sustainability Index and assuming the use of recycled Polyethylene (PE) for textiles.

Regarding yarn formation, our process involves extrusion and melt-spinning to create continuous filament without texturing.

In the textile formation stage, which occurs later, we incorporate dyeing. Packaging represents a unique aspect for us. We offer to reclaim our packaging if a client wishes to reuse it for subsequent orders, reducing the need for additional resources, even though it is made from recycled materials like our bags.

For distribution and end-of-life stages, we make further assumptions. While we currently assume an 80% rate, we aim to integrate circularity into our bag production process, enabling them to be upcycled into future collections and materials.

In conclusion, this overview presents a typical product analysis from our range, highlighting the carbon savings through our process. While still evolving, we continually seek ways to minimize our environmental footprint while ensuring exceptional client experiences with our products.

We have similar findings for our shirts, although certain sections are omitted. The recycled clothing we receive is typically in its final state; we focus on embellishing and incorporating it into our collections.

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