Écologie by AWDis is now plastic free

The Taroko Re-gen Sweater is derived from 19 recycled plastic bottles and 0.56kg of cotton waste

On August 1, Écologie by AWDis became plastic free, which means all orders are now shipped with zero plastic packaging and only reprocessed cardboard cartons are used.

Reduced packaging does not mean reduced product shelf-life or usability; all Écologie garments will be folded in packs with extra care to ensure the highest quality is maintained throughout the delivery process. Alongside the brand’s sustainable cotton sources, all orders now use recycled polyester, creating a range of 100% sustainable T shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and knitted sweaters.

Écologie by AWDis works hard to ensure that environmental sustainability and low carbon impact is at the forefront of its thinking and innovation when developing products and services.

A spokesman for the brand said: “Collective action within the printwear industry is vital, and that’s why we will continue to innovate with sustainably sourced regenerated cotton, organic cotton and recycled polyester garments that are fashion focused yet affordable.

“Working closely with our supply chain we introduced our first style made entirely from regenerated material this year:  the content of each Taroko Re-gen Sweater is derived from 19 recycled plastic bottles and 0.56kg of cotton waste.”

In order to continue moving towards its goal of low impact carbon neutrality, Écologie by AWDis will also continue its tree planting programme in partnership with carbon footprint and promises never to airfreight any of its products.

And finally,Écologie by AWDis unremittingly looks to create more sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions across its entire production chain only using GOTS or RCS certified yarn derived from factories that are Sedex, BSCI and WRAP accredited. Écologie by AWDis is committed to delivering a more sustainable future.

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