Eco-friendly production and sustainability in the fashion industry

Eco-friendly production and sustainability in the fashion industry

Textile is one of the sectors that has many different branches during the production phase and needs to pay extra attention to nature. Although we observe that local brands are making efforts in this sense today, we unfortunately know that making environmentally friendly production is a more costly process than mass production. In addition, although we see fast fashion brands opening the door to this side in some of their products, the eco-friendly production process is a challenging situation in the fashion industry due to the costs and unfortunately the energy released during the reproduction phase.

As Slush Jobs, we insist on eco-friendly production even though it increases our costs and we believe that every brand should have such an attitude in terms of eco-friendly production. Because we think that the changes required by the demands of the brands and the solutions to be found in the industry will balance these high costs.

As part of our brand stance, we make sure that every fabric and accessory we use results in clean production. In addition to the quality of the cotton we choose, we make sure that it goes through an environmentally friendly process while it is still in the field. Of course, certified producers and productions make our job easier in this sense... We use not only cotton, but also recycled polyester and recycled materials in our products. 

As Slush Jobs, we maintain an environmentally friendly life at every step from R&D to design, from production to packaging and office processes. 

A sustainable production system allows both slowing down the fashion industry and reducing the direct damage to the environment in production and individual life. When sustainability is effectively implemented in the textile and apparel industry, starting from the field with quality yarns, dyes and production methods, it creates a holistic continuity and impact on the way the end user uses it.

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