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To be in touch with nature...

To be in touch with nature...

While most of us are aware of the importance of recycling metal, plastic, and paper waste, the majority of us are unaware of how to recycle textiles and apparel. You may be wondering, however, how our old clothing, sheets, and towels harm nature!

Today, the textile industry relies heavily on two fundamental fibres. Cotton and polyester are the two materials. As is well known, our world's natural resources are limited. Producing fabric from our planet's natural resources requires a greater use of water and energy. For instance, a simple garment requires at least 8 tonnes of water to manufacture. Isn't it awful?

Cotton production uses water and soil that must be used to grow staple crops for nutrition. This is an untenable situation...

The significance of recycling in the textile industry

A garment's average life span is three to five years. These are, of course, optimistic estimates. Over a million tonnes of used textiles and clothing cannot be recycled in the United States and Europe and thus end up in the trash. This results in billions of dollars being squandered. These non-recyclable materials eventually end up in the soil and water.

Because of the chemicals used, it contaminates the soil and water. Contaminated soil and water become ingrained in our daily lives and wreak havoc on our health. In short, recycling textiles ensures that this valuable material remains in the supply chain and is used to create sustainable resources.

Producers such as Luviloom (luviloom.com), which crafts natural products from natural materials using natural and traditional methods and with an emphasis on environmental stewardship, play a critical role in the protection of nature by participating in an environmentally friendly supply chain. By assisting environmentally and socially responsible producers, we can help to create a positive impact on nature.

To summarise, there are numerous reasons to recycle used clothing, linens, and towels:

• Recycling textile products protects natural resources.

• It contributes to the reduction of water waste.

• Thousands of trees are saved from destruction.

• Recycling conserves resources and thus energy.

• Recycling helps keep the air clean.

• Pollution of the planet on which we live exacerbates health problems; recycling helps maintain a healthy environment and our own health.

• It results in a decrease in health care expenditures.

• Recycling helps to mitigate carbon emissions and averts the spread of global problems.

• Recycling prevents oxygen depletion and conserves energy.

• Recycling benefits the soil, the air, and the water, prevents resource pollution, and ensures that living things have a sustainable future.

What makes Luviloom unique?

Because everything about Luviloom is so natural... Luviloom considers human health and the environment... Luviloom is a natural fibre that produces eco-friendly products. It is produced with the same high-quality techniques that the local people have used for centuries in Anatolia. Luviloom products, which are woven on generations-old looms, combine 100 percent Turkish cotton with modern technology and bring them to the consumer. Luviloom is constantly striving to create products that are more customer-oriented, superior in quality, and multi-purpose.

What are the advantages of purchasing Luviloom products?

Turkish loincloths are becoming increasingly popular on a daily basis and are popular throughout the world. These eco-friendly and organic products offer numerous advantages. Turkish cotton products are softer, lighter, absorbent, quick-drying, and sand-proof than their counterparts. When you first use it, you will notice that it is significantly different from the towels you have previously used. Visit luviloom.com for additional information about our environmentally friendly natural products.

May Luviloom provide you with a comfortable fit for your skin... Wishing you a sustainable future...