A circular product does not solely define itself through its material. The textile material itself may be suitable for the circular economy, however, if it is being processed and manufactured in ways that aren’t, the finished product would never qualify as truly circular.
Consequently, entire value chains must adhere to strict standards in order to produce a circular finished textile product. We know that supply chains are often opaque, extremely complex and spread across many countries, even continents. Rearranging them is often a big challenge, which is likely one of the reasons circular textile products are currently still hard to implement.
This is where OceanSafe comes in. We share with you fully established and Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold value chains, ranging from spinners to weavers to dye houses, knitters, cut- and sew facilities to fabric mills.
This allows you to manufacture circular finished products at record speed, without having to reconceptualize your own supply chains.
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Learn more about the requirements for end of life solutionswithin the OceanSafe Certified concept.