Synthetic Clothes and the Consequences to Our Health

  Most of the clothes we wear nowadays are made from synthetic fabrics. They do contribute to various health effects ...

Plastic Soup Foundation Suggests Using Amberoot Sustainability Ratings

Our Tool's material rankings are based on how much water, land and energy each ingredient uses. The extent of the pollution caused to water, soil and air by each ingredient is also evaluated. Consideration on whether the ingredient is biodegradable, renewable or not is also taken into the account.

Micro-fibre Pollution: Why What You Wear Matters

Dr. Emma Waight from Coventry University wrote an excellent article on why what you are wearing matters and the microfiber pollution caused by the synthetic clothing. Enjoy reading here.

The Great Wave of Synthetic (Plastic) Clothing Pollution

While many clothing companies are using recycled fishing nets and plastic bottles as a way to conserve and reduce waste, research indicates that the plastic might ultimately end up in the oceans anyway – and in a form that’s even more likely to cause problems.

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