Each of us leaves our ecological footprint. Together we can keep it as small as possible: for our environment and the quality of life of all people today and in the future.
Living sustainably means using vital resources sparingly. There are small, everyday decisions that help to keep our personal ecological footprint as small as possible. Together, something big arises: Every single small step takes us one step further on the way to a new, mindful approach to our environment and our fellow human beings. Find out which steps can help us achieve our goals faster.
We have already achieved a lot. Let's move on.
We have been saving, conserving and protecting these resources since 2012.
Thanks for your contribution to more tomorrow.
Small everyday tips. For a better future.
Mindfulness instead of doing without: Rely on these simple tips with a big effect: This is how you shop responsibly, use your favorite items in a resource-saving manner and thereby keep your ecological footprint small. For more conscious enjoyment of the beautiful things in life.
Shop wisely. For you and the environment.
A good quality of materials and workmanship extends the life of your new favorite item significantly. Rely on the quality of natural fibers that have been extracted and processed from an ecological point of view, if possible. You can get information online in the product description or in the store on the label of your desired item.
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Recognize certificates. For a better conscience.
Unfortunately, eco-labels are not subject to uniform standards. So pay attention to internationally recognized and independently certified seals such as the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or the Green Button. So you can be sure of making an ecologically reliable choice.
A serious eco-label assures you ...
Textile label (s). For more good transparency.
Before buying any textile, read the information on the product label. A quick glance at the label gives you the great advantage of choosing the product that is as gentle as possible for people, animals and the environment during production, use and disposal.
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Natural detergents. For your skin and our water.
You can also rely on the power of nature when washing: In contrast to conventional petrochemically enriched detergents, natural variants place significantly less strain on the skin and water. In this way, you are doing yourself and the environment a big favor.
Did you know that the following natural formulas are suitable as detergents?
Gentle care. For your clothes and the environment.
Natural materials have a high self-cleaning power. That is why ventilation is often sufficient as a freshness cure. If a wash is necessary, choose the coolest efficient wash temperature and air dry your laundry instead of the dryer. With these care routines you protect your clothes and also improve your ecological balance.
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Second Life. For more enjoyment of your favorite pieces.
Give clothes a second life: What you no longer like, someone else might like. High-quality pieces in particular have a long service life. If you still long for a change in fashion, there are numerous ways to pass on discarded items. This will help you avoid waste and resources and increase your budget.
Here you can find ways to pass on clothes in good condition:
Donate clothes. The right address makes the difference.
Clothing donations are an environmentally friendly and socially responsible alternative to disposing of textiles in household waste. Only what is still in good condition should end up in the clothing donation so that it can really help people in need. When donating, make sure that you only pass on your rejected textiles to reputable suppliers.
These seals identify charitable and reputable suppliers of clothing collections:
Change and repair. For more creativity.
A detail that has gone out of fashion, a loose seam, suddenly a few kilos more or less on the scales. Garments that have seen better days are still a long way from losing their value. Old techniques like darning and mending and newer creative ideas like patching and upcycling give your textiles a new shine and a personal touch.
Let yourself be inspired by a few ideas:
Save, conserve and protect
SUSTAINABLE AND CAREFUL HOW YOUR FAVORITE CLOTHES ARE CREATED WITH US
We use the most modern technologies for the machine production of our textiles and thus reduce electricity consumption and the formation of greenhouse gases.
At hessnatur, we use water-saving and water-conserving processes in every production step in order to counteract shortages and contamination.
With ecological cultivation and grazing methods, we protect the soils stressed by Hessnatur and keep them fertile and productive for future generations.
We use ecological fertilizers and fight pests with their natural enemies in order to protect biodiversity and preserve existing ecosystems.
"The reconciliation of economic and ecological requirements of our modern society can only succeed through sustainable development."Heinz Hess, 1996
Our favorite material:
environmentally friendly organic cotton.
Transparency and responsibility. For more solidarity with people and nature.
SUSTAINABILITY AT A GLANCE.