Our nominated companies must ensure workplace safety for the workers in compliance with the national and international labor standards and labor rights (ILO). The specific code of conduct, that protects the basic human rights of the workforce engaged in the trade is to be respected to satisfy consumers and to add social value to the product. Meanwhile, we concern deeply ensuring workers’ rights in the factories level in management systems, no child labor, no forced labor, no discrimination, disciplinary practices, health & safety, freedom of association and collective bargaining, compensation and working hours, study recent incident etc.

We are aware of the massive problem our planet is facing regarding the textile pollution where 63% of textiles fibers attained form synthetic materials which are by-products of petroleum are non-biodegradable, meaning the result will always be long-term pollution. As example, the production of polyester fiber creates high amount of carbon di oxides which are toxic and the polyamides (Nylon 6 and 6,6) create nitrous oxides which are a significant greenhouse gas. The remaining 37% is dominated by cotton (24%) with toxic pollution due to excessive use of pesticides. In addition, The World Bank estimates that 17 to 20 percent of industrial water pollution comes from textile dyeing and finishing treatment given to fabric. Some 72 toxic chemicals have been identified in water solely from textile dyeing, 30 of which cannot be removed. We are determined to protect the planet from harm, including through environmental sustainability, material sustainability, packaging sustainability and supply chain sustainability.

We Care About Our Planet

EcoBi Textiles has Stood out In The Apparel sector As An Advocate For A Greener Existence. We Have Always Tried To Incorporate Eco-Friendliness In All Aspects Of Our Operations.