1. the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
"the sustainability of economic growth"
o avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.
"the pursuit of global environmental sustainability"
Planet, People, Production.
The Common Good Company is committed to providing a sustainable replacement to the apparel industry, proving that there is not only a better way to consume but a better way to produce.
Born out of a love for the planet, the need to protect its people and ultimately to develop better Production policies, TCGCo refer to these foundations in every business decision.
TCGCo uses recycled materials and ethical practices to manufacture apparel ‘in the benefits or interests of all.’
To use fashion as a platform to engage, educate and empower people on issues that impact the planet and its people.
The pillars of sustainability at The Common Good Company are:
These pillars drive decision making to ensure that The Common Good Company ‘is in the benefit or interest of all.’ Through meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their needs.
The Common Good Company defines more sustainable materials as those that reduce the environmental impact of a product through better chemistry, lower resource intensity, less waste and/or recyclability.
At The Common Good Company, we’re constantly learning, evolving, challenging and improving our manufacturing processes to operate as sustainably and ethically as possible. These are some of manufacturing and operational decisions we have established to contribute to a more sustainable future.
The Common Good Company uses recycled pre-consumer textile waste and Recycled Polyester in the manufacturing of their garments. TCGCo have eliminated the unnecessary waste, water use, land use, and the pollution that are typically involved with the production of yarns made from virgin materials.
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