Climate Neutral media and event producer
Nordic Productions is a company specializing in creating media, content, operations and experiences with a focus on improving global welfare and reducing environmental impact. Certified by South Pole, they are a climate neutral company, with a mission to organize and produce sustainable events and productions while reducing the climate impact.
The guys and girls at NP does good things. That is one of the reasons that we love them and are proud of making stuff for them.
As Climate Neutrality is of great importance to Nordic Production we were happy to offer – a (more) sustainable apparel from made from ocean plastic and timber waste.
The #CottonFree shirts they are wearing are crafted in Sweden using recycled and/or compostable materials such as #WoodPulp and #OceanWaste.saving.
- The production of our shirts saves over 2000 liters water in production compared to the same item made of Cotton.
- The #CottonFree shirts release 74 % less microplastic compared to similar product made from polyester.
- The use of maritime litter puts a value on litter and stimulates a new economy of ocean “litter-pickers”
In full transparency, please scroll down to find information about the materials and production units/methods we use.
As for Circularity. When the garment has done its job it will be returned to us and recycled with similar materials.
This is what they do:
THE MATERIALS WE USE; PLEASE CLICK ON LOGOS FOR WEBSITES
Marine litter from beaches, oceans, rivers and estuaries, is collected by clean-up programs. It is then sorted, cleaned and transformed into Upcycled Marine Plastic by SEAQUAL INITIATIVE approved partners.
TENCEL™ cellulosic fibers (#WoodPulp) help maintain environmental balance by being integrated into nature´s cycle
The production units: Guimarães - Borås - Kinna
Family owned since 1939, LEMAR, a Portuguese semi-vertical weaving company are the producers of sustainable fabrics for activewear, sportswear, beach and casualwear. Focus is on high performance technical fabrics