What are merino wool standards and how can we make sense of the different certifications?
With 66 per cent of everything we create now made from recycled or natural sources, let’s sit down with our senior materials manager, Rebekah Ziegner, for a closer look at how we’re working with recycled products.
This summer we will release six new styles for kids made from factory scraps and introduce more each year for the next three years. In that time, we expect to divert 12.3 tones of fabric from being thrown out or incinerated.
ODLO and Protect Our Winters Switzerland are working together to give climate advocacy the voice it deserves. Join us on November 10th for a special POW event that discusses our shared commitment.
While we put a lot of work into minimizing our footprint where possible, shipping is a necessary part of our business. From samples to distribution – each step requires moving product from A to B. We’re not alone in this process. We are however responsible for it – one of the reasons why we’re working to make it more sustainable. Here’s how.
Plastic’s unintended consequences are catching up with the planet. What to do with the ones we use most?
Every second, one truckload of textiles is landfilled or incinerated. Globally, only around 20% of all used garments are collected for reuse or recycling. At ODLO we are committed to giving used sports clothes a second life, so they don’t end up polluting our landfills.
For the fifth consecutive year, ODLO has been awarded Leader status from the Fair Wear Foundation. This rating is given to selected clothing manufacturers for their efforts to continuously improve working conditions in their supply chains.
The results of the new sustainability report show a steady progress in product, social and environmental areas.