Carbon Footprint

Total cloth based product Carbon Footprint estimate = 0.22 tonnes of CO2e

We based our calculation on the product source, the distance it has been transported and the manufacturing process, life time use and packaging

Fabric we use

The textile industry is huge, and it is a huge producer of greenhouse gasses.  Today’s textile industry is one of the largest sources of greenhouse gasses (GHG’s) on Earth, due to its huge size. In 2008,  annual global textile production was estimated at  60 billion kilograms (KG) of fabric.  The estimated energy and water needed to produce that amount of fabric:-

  • 1,074 billion kWh of electricity  or 132 million metric tons of coal and
  • between 6 – 9 trillion litres of water

Fabrics are all around us but it is not front on mind when you think about your carbon footprint.  We tend to overlook fabrics, maybe because they are almost always used as a component in a final product that seems rather innocuous:  sheets, blankets, sofas, curtains, cleaning cloths, mops, even Clive the Cleaners hair!

Source:- https://oecotextiles.blog/2011/01/19/estimating-the-carbon-footprint-of-a-fabric/

Carbon Details
Type Microfibre Cloths
Type Mops
Type Tea Towels
Type Hand Towels
Type Anti bacterial Wipes
Type Monitor Wipes