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Our ethics & sustainability:
At IngorSports, sustainability and ethics are at the core of our activewear manufacturing practices. We are committed to making a positive impact on the environment and promoting ethical standards throughout our supply chain.
To ensure sustainability, we prioritize the use of eco-friendly materials such as recycled polyester, organic cotton, and other sustainable fibers. By incorporating these materials into our activewear, we reduce the reliance on non-renewable resources and minimize waste. Additionally, we continuously explore innovative and sustainable materials to stay at the forefront of eco-conscious manufacturing.
In terms of ethics, we have stringent guidelines in place to ensure fair labor practices and safe working conditions for all individuals involved in the production process. We work closely with our suppliers to uphold social responsibility, including fair wages, reasonable working hours, and compliance with local labor laws. Regular audits and inspections are conducted to verify adherence to these standards.
Transparency is a key value for us, and we strive to maintain open communication with our clients, sharing information about our sustainable practices and ethical initiatives. We believe in building long-term partnerships based on trust and shared values.
Our Eco fabrics
When it comes to sustainable fabrics in the activewear / gym wear / workout clothes/ fitness apparel, there are several options available. Here are a few popular choices:
1. Recycled Polyester: Recycled polyester is made from post-consumer plastic bottles or other polyester waste. The plastic is collected, cleaned, melted, and spun into new polyester fibers. This process reduces the demand for virgin polyester production and helps divert plastic waste from landfills and oceans.
2. Organic Cotton: Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. It promotes healthier soil and water ecosystems, reduces water consumption, and avoids chemical contamination. Organic cotton is often used in sportswear, including t-shirts, hoodies, and socks.
3. Bamboo: Bamboo is a highly sustainable material due to its fast growth and minimal resource requirements. It requires less water and fewer pesticides than conventional crops. Bamboo fibers can be processed into soft and breathable fabrics suitable for sportswear, such as t-shirts, leggings, and socks.
4. Tencel/Lyocell: Tencel, also known as Lyocell, is a cellulose fiber derived from sustainably harvested wood pulp, usually from eucalyptus trees. The production process of Tencel uses a closed-loop system, where solvents are recycled, resulting in minimal waste and water pollution. Tencel fabrics are known for their softness, breathability, and moisture-wicking properties.
5. Modal Fabric: Modal fabric is a textile made from cellulose fibers, known for its softness, breathability, and resistance to shrinking. It is commonly used in activewear
6. Recycled Nylon: Similar to recycled polyester, recycled nylon is made from post-consumer waste such as fishing nets, carpets, or industrial plastic. It reduces the demand for new nylon production and helps reduce waste in landfills and oceans. Recycled nylon is commonly used in activewear, swimwear, and outerwear.
When choosing sustainable fabrics, it's important to consider not only the material itself but also the production processes, certifications (such as GOTS for organic cotton), and the overall supply chain practices of the brand or manufacturer.
Our biodegradable packaging labels and tags
Biodegradable packaging and labels, tags, and other related items are becoming increasingly popular as businesses and consumers seek more environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional packaging materials. Biodegradable materials are designed to break down naturally over time, reducing their impact on the environment compared to non-biodegradable materials like plastics.
There are several options available for biodegradable packaging and labels, tags, and other related items. Here are a few commonly used materials:
1. Biodegradable Plastics: These are made from plant-based materials such as cornstarch, sugarcane, or vegetable oils. They can break down naturally into organic compounds, carbon dioxide, and water.
2. Paper and Cardboard: Paper and cardboard are natural and renewable materials that are biodegradable. They can be used for packaging boxes, labels, tags, and other similar items. It's important to ensure that the paper is sourced sustainably to minimize the environmental impact.
3. Films: These films are typically made from materials like polylactic acid (PLA), which is derived from renewable resources such as cornstarch or sugarcane. They can be used for various packaging applications, including wrapping or sealing products.
4. Natural Fiber-based Materials: Materials like jute, cotton, hemp, or bamboo can be used to create biodegradable packaging and labels. These fibers are renewable and can decompose naturally.
5. Mushroom Packaging: Mushroom packaging, also known as mycelium packaging, is a biodegradable alternative made from the root structure of mushrooms. It is lightweight, sturdy, and can be molded into various shapes.
When considering biodegradable packaging and labels, it's important to ensure that they meet relevant certifications or standards. Look for labels like "compostable," "biodegradable," or certifications such as the ASTM D6400 or EN 13432 standards, which validate the biodegradability of the materials.
Ingor Sportswear is a mature sports wear wholesale supplier and custom gym wear manufacturer, focus on offering eco-friendly & recycled & sustainable fabric activewear.