David Luke manufactures its one millionth Eco-blazer

Merchandise director, Ian McLaverty, with a Gold Blazer presented from the Eco-blazer’s manufacturers to mark the achievement
Merchandise director, Ian McLaverty, with a Gold Blazer presented from the Eco-blazer’s manufacturers to mark the achievement

Last year, David Luke manufactured its one millionth Eco-blazer, reflecting how schools and parents have truly embraced the eco concept.

The production of the millionth Eco-blazer means that David Luke has prevented 16 million plastic bottles from ending up in landfill since its conception in 2012.

The Eco-blazer makes up just one part of David Luke’s wider Eco-uniform offering. In recent years David Luke’s Eco-uniform has expanded to include trousers, skirts, sweatshirts and polo shirts, with each item consisting of all or part polyester content made from recycled plastic bottles, meaning that many more plastic bottles have been saved from landfill.

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