Green Initiative

Historically, the textile industry has had a significant and negative impact on the environment. Both natural fibers and synthetic ones require vast amounts of water for processing, and use chemicals that are harmful to the environment and to people.

However, the impact of textile production throughout its life cycle—from raw material to production to use to disposal—is still problematic in our world today.

Staple Knitfab has integrated sustainable practices throughout all aspects of the company—from management to store and warehouse operations, as well as in purchasing and selling. Conservation of resources, recycling of waste, charitable giving and environmental purchasing are the cornerstones of our efforts to reduce the environmental impact of our company.

The production standard is based on five pillars: consumer protection, waste water, exhaust air, occupational safety and resource productivity. Staple has adopted concept of Green Textile. In that textiles are farmed, processed and manufactured with minimal impact on the environment with regard to energy, resource, raw material usage; greenhouse gases and Carbon dioxide emissions and waste generation.