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BETTER COTTON INICIATIVE
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) - a global non-profit organization - is the largest cotton sustainability program in the world. Together with their partners, they provide training on more sustainable agricultural practices to more than 2.3 million cotton producers in 23 countries. In the 2018-19 cotton season, BCI's licensed farmers produced more than 5.6 million metric tons of "Better Cotton" - representing about 22% of the world's cotton production!
GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARDS
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) was developed by the leading producers of patterns to define globally recognized requirements for organic textiles. From raw material harvesting, environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing, to labeling, GOTS certified textiles offer a credible guarantee to the consumer.
THE BLUE WAY by BLUESIGN represents the vision and mindset of responsible and sustainable manufacture of consumer textile products. BLUESIGN is a system that provides safer and more sustainable environments for people to work and everyone to live. Driven by a holistic approach, BLUESIGN traces the path of each fabric throughout the manufacturing process, making improvements in all phases from the beginning of the process to the finished product.
If a textile article has the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® label, it is certain that all components of this article, that is, all threads, buttons and other accessories, have been tested for the presence of harmful substances and that it is harmless in human ecological terms.
GLOBAL RECYCLED STANDARD
The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) was originally developed by Control Union Certifications in 2008, and ownership was transferred to Textile Exchange on January 1, 2011. GRS is an international, voluntary standard, entirely dedicated to products that define requirements for outsourced certification of recycled material, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions.
RECYCLED CLAIM STANDAR
The RCS is used as a chain of custody standard to track recycled raw materials through the supply chain. According to the label, the RCS offers two varieties of logos: RCS 100 (minimum recycled material content of 95%) or mixed RCS (minimum recycled material content of 5%). The standard was developed through the work carried out by the Material Traceability Working Group, part of the OIA Sustainability Working Group.