- The United Nations advocates for environmental sustainability by implementing a circular value chain.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is committed to promoting environmental sustainability. In recent years, the fast fashion trend has led to mass production and impeccable sales figures. However, behind the glamorous sales is the problem of waste and destruction. Eventually, due to oversupply, many new clothes have ended up incineration, leaving a negative impact on our environment.
According to the recommendations of the United Nations, the world's textile industry should be moving towards a sustainable and circular direction. One should start from the reduction and ease of recycling in the product design. Additionally, we should educate consumers to identify sustainable products and encourage them to reduce purchases of environmentally harmful items. Finally, the product that has come to the end of its' product lifecycle should be recycled, sorted, and reuse or repaired first. These measures will contribute to achieving a more sustainable textile value chain, protecting the environment, and reducing resource waste.
Porlite has always been deeply committed to minimizing its environmental impact. We adhere to the use of non-toxic, eco-friendly materials in our production processes. Furthermore, we strive to conserve energy and water resources during manufacturing. Our dedication is to become the top choice for outdoor enthusiasts who prioritize eco-conscious products.