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Wind power for organic textiles production - a case study of Living Crafts, a German firm

Updated : October 2020

Stakeholders

  • Energy management professionals
  • Machinery and equipment makers
  • Marketing or sales professionals
  • Production professionals
  • Retailers or wholesalers
  • Textile industry sustainability professionals

Living Crafts is a German based organic textiles manufacturer. It produces high quality natural textile fibres under environmentally sustainable and fair working conditions. It does not use harmful pesticides and chemicals during the raw material production for its processes.

The company uses wind power as the energy source for one of its production partner plants in South India. The four company-owned wind turbines provide the production with 100% of the energy needed and help the company’s organic textiles to achieve a climate-neutral manufacture.

Other sustainable initiatives followed by the company include transport of the produced products from partners to Germany via sea rather than airlines, thus significantly minimizing the amount of carbon footprint.


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Topics

Renewable energy for textiles

Wind power for textiles

Organic textiles production

Wind turbine power for organic textiles manufacture

Renewable energy for textile carbon footprint reduction

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  1. Wind power for organic textiles production - a case study of Living Crafts, a German firm
Geography
| Germany | India
Year

2020

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