Garment production uses a surprising amount of water. But maybe not so surprising when you consider it requires growing crops, ginning/spinning fiber, dyeing that fiber, printing patterns in addition to the wash of the garment after construction. However, there are factories who practice sustainability and have found alternatives that won't use as much water as traditional manufacturing. Here's how those factories save what and what they use instead.
As 2021 comes to a close, it's time to reflect on what you've accomplished and what needs to be done in 2022. Pushing towards sustainability takes a lot of planning ahead of time, so it's crucial that your brand is looking into the future now because when you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Here are some of the goals you should be working towards, and how to do it.