Fabric dyeing is one of the main causes of pollution in the textile industry. Giving colour to garments through the use of chemical dyes has serious consequences for our planet, for the health of those who participate in the process, and finally for the user.
The colourants in chemical dyes are designed to be highly resistant, making them difficult to remove in conventional treatment plants. Annually, about 200,000 tonnes of unfixed dyes are discarded in wastewater due to the inefficiency of the dyeing process. That same water then flows into rivers and finally reaches the ocean.
The textile industry uses 6 to 9 billion litres of water each year just for dyeing fabrics.
By not dyeing the garments, we are able to avoid the pollution resulting from the use of chemical dyes, greatly reduce water and energy consumption, and avoid the negative consequences that the use of chemical dyes entails for all.
Not dyeing the fabric is our way of raising awareness about this process. We offer a garment without dyes, without chemicals, made with responsibility and care.