Recycled cotton

Explore innovative ways to repurpose and utilize recycled cotton in your daily life. Discover eco-friendly ideas that promote sustainability and reduce waste.
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WATER SCARCITY TERMINOLOGY - Physical water scarcity Physical water scarcity is where there is not enough water to meet all demands, including that needed for ecosystems to function effectively. - Economic water scarcity Economic water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in infrastructure or other water sources, or insufficient human capacity to satisfy the demand for water. ----- 🌳 Zero Waste Initiative - Less Trash More Life ! 🌏 Let's Save The World While There's Still Time !

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Tara
A close-up of our Up-Cycled Denim textile in process. At Tribe Alive, sustainability is a core value in all of our manufacturing processes. In this collection, pre-consumer denim scraps from textile mills, normally destined for the landfill, are instead repurposed into a 100% cotton denim fabric that's completely natural and biodegradable. This process is chemical-free and dye-free, and uses minimal energy and water. When you wear these pieces, proudly share this story of sustainability. Recycling, Recycled Cotton, Cotton Textile, Sustainable Textiles, Biodegradable Products, Landfill, Denim Fabric, Cotton Fabric, Denim Scraps

A close-up of our Up-Cycled Denim textile in process. At Tribe Alive, sustainability is a core value in all of our manufacturing processes. In this collection, pre-consumer denim scraps from textile mills, normally destined for the landfill, are instead repurposed into a 100% cotton denim fabric that's completely natural and biodegradable. This process is chemical-free and dye-free, and uses minimal energy and water. When you wear these pieces, proudly share this story of sustainability.

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Isobel Summers