As a global company in the textile industry, we rely on natural resources. That is why we have an ecologically-friendly approach - at all our locations.

Internal training

We heighten the environmental awareness of our employees and business partners. Training courses for preventing waste and hazardous substances, as well as the economical use of resources are running regularly.

Reducing the ecological footprint

We are sustainably reducing our ecological footprint in a sustainable way. This is one of our most important corporate objectives. New technologies and production methods allow us to utilise natural resources optimally. We keep our energy consumption and emissions as low as possible and we also reduce waste water pollution.

Environmental protection measures:

  • Production: Exhaust air optimisation
  • Mobility: Company vehicles run using geothermal energy
  • Waste water: Prevent harmful substances in waste water according to detox criteria
  • Logistics: Improved transport routes to reduce CO2 emissions

Oeko-Tex® Standard 100

During textile processes, we pay particular attention to the use of regulated and approved chemicals. All of our products are tested to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 (product class 2) and meet comprehensive human ecological requirements.

Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

Our 100% cotton products meet the GOTS standard 4.0 - the leading standard for processing textiles made of organically grown natural fibres with high environmental and social requirements. We also have some cotton items made of certified (Organic Exchange 100) organic cotton.

"We already economize on natural resources when work begins."

Anke Wurst - Quality Manager, Wendler EInlagen GmbH & Co. KG, Germany