|Material||Virgin sheep wool / flax|
|Temperature regulation||Very high|
|Care||Brushes / Hand wash|
|Country of manufacture||Spain from Camira|
There is a lot of talk about sustainable production. Camira has been practicing it for years. The British textile manufacturer produces fabrics from nettles, hemp and jute and relies heavily on recycling.
For the first sustainable fabric called “ResKu”, Camira used wool from old military sweaters in 1996. To this end, Camira recycles, among other things, selvages from fabric production or jute fibers from used coffee sacks. The waste generated during production has thus been reduced from 340 tons per year in the past to less than one ton today. Likewise, Camira has installed a take-back management system that returns used materials from the customer back to the factory. The future belongs to the circular economy, the British are sure of that. Also sustainable are the bast fibers that Camira is increasingly including in its collections. The advantage of these fibers over synthetic fibers is that they are renewable and biodegradable.