What makes Wood Belt a sustainable belt?jure
We say that Wood Belt is a sustainable belt but what exactly makes the product sustainable?
A simple definition of sustainability is the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. For a product to be sustainable, it must be possible to produce and/or consume it in a way that doesn’t result in harm or destruction. Furthermore, we can find sustainable product standards:
- Doesn’t deplete natural, non-renewable resources: A sustainable product is made from renewable resources; in other words, resources that can’t be fully depleted.
- Doesn’t directly harm the environment: The production, distribution, and/or consumption of the product uses as little energy as possible, and minimizes and responsibly disposes of waste. Almost no action is completely free from environmental impact, so most environmentally conscious companies strive to minimize negative impact.
- Wasn’t made in a socially irresponsible way (for example, forced or child labour and health or safety concerns): A socially sustainable business is one that practices fair and equal hiring, hiring a diverse range of different people and ensuring they have a voice in the organization. Socially sustainable businesses also care about the health, wellbeing, and success of their employees — as well as the residents of the cities and countries in which they operate. (www.earth911.com)
So, our arguments for the statement “WoodBelt is a sustainable belt” would be:
- Sustainability is one of the impact fields that we’ve defined
- Our impact fashion product includes measures that reduce negative impacts of fashion on society, the environment and nature as a whole.
- Society, environment and nature-friendly materials are used in our production process.
- As an impact fashion producer, we’re integrating and following principles of circular economy, production and use.
- We encourage re-use, refurbishment and repair of all products.
Therefore, WoodBelt is an eco belt. Our aim is not only to limit harm but rather to maximize positive footprint (impact) of fashion on society.