a critical window for action to prevent the effects of global warming from becoming irreversible.
Biojersey wants to establish itself in terms of brand as a guarantee of fabrics produced with controlled yarns, we do not use harmful chemicals during production.
Our control and research department will provide customers with the guarantee of quality and traceability of our fabrics.
Organic fabrics come from controlled and certified organic farming that is, only natural methods of pest control are used and it is absolutely forbidden to use dangerous pesticides or other chemical products that are harmful to the environment.
We have no planet B, so our company is constantly looking for yarns and fibers on low environmental impact. Our line Biojersey includes fibers as lyocell, that with its own extra low H2O consumption and as well extra low co2 emission during its phase of production fits among the green yarns in commerce today.<br /> If we have to use polyester, we choose the GSR certified one and that comes from the post-consumer pet recycle. Also the nylon is recycled.
Our fabrics are natural, plants and animals originated, made from yarns and fibers that nature donates us every day. Cotton, linen, hemp, jute, bamboo, soy, kapok, wool, cashmere, camel, alpaca, silk. Each one with its own peculiarities and natural properties. Ask a technical advice to our team, it will be able to indicate you the kind of fiber more suitable for your search.
The harmful chemicals that we can find on not controlled clothes are invisible and odorless but more dangerous than what we think if not removed by the washing machine.<br /> Allergies, skin irritation, up to also male infertility issues: all pathologies coming from clothes realized with no controlled supply-chained fabrics.
Nature has many times showed us that we can find in our eco-system remedies that chemistry struggles to find. Let’s think about hemp: Cool in the summer and warm in the winter, it has antibacterial and antifungal properties and absorbs the body’s humidity, keeping it dry; it can absorb infrared and UVA rays up to 95% and it has a proven tear and wear resistance.
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