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Inditex acquires 2,000 tonnes of Circulose fiber for sustainable fashion

Inditex, the parent company of renowned fashion brands, has taken a substantial leap toward sustainable fashion by announcing its acquisition of 2,000 tonnes of Circulose fiber. This innovative material, produced by Swedish company Renewcell, is manufactured entirely from recycled cotton textile waste using a groundbreaking chemical process, the company announced on social media on Monday.

In a strategic partnership with Tangshan Sanyou, a leading fiber producer responsible for transforming the pulp into textile fiber, Inditex’s suppliers will be the first to access this raw material. The fiber is derived from a blend of Circulose and cellulose sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Inditex’s embrace of Circulose underscores its ambitious commitment to use textile raw materials that have a reduced environmental impact by 2030. This commitment signifies the company’s unwavering dedication to environmentally conscious practices within the fashion industry.

Renewcell has taken significant steps toward sustainability by establishing its first industrial-scale plant for Circulose production. This innovative textile pulp is created from recycled cotton waste through a chemical process. Inditex’s long-term plans involve gradually integrating this fully recycled pulp into its fabric collections through its extensive network of suppliers in the upcoming seasons.

This strategic move to include Circulose fiber in Inditex’s product ranges is in alignment with the company’s overarching roadmap. The roadmap aims to fulfill its commitment to using textile fibers with a smaller environmental impact by 2030, with a specific goal to derive at least 25% of its fibers from next-generation fibers currently not at an industrial scale. This initiative is in harmony with Canopy’s efforts to promote next-generation cellulose fibers.

Inditex’s proactive approach to sustainable fashion sets a remarkable example for the industry. It emphasizes the importance of adopting eco-friendly practices and materials as it charts a course toward a greener, more responsible fashion landscape.

In a broader commitment to sustainability, Inditex has set forth an ambitious agenda that extends to its operations, supply chain, and relationships with its workers. The company aims to reduce its carbon footprint, source sustainable materials, and protect biodiversity across millions of hectares. By emphasizing ethical practices and eco-conscious initiatives, Inditex is on a path to not only transform the fashion industry but also inspire a greener and more responsible future for fashion enthusiasts worldwide.

Inditex, a global fashion powerhouse, comprises seven iconic brands: Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, and Zara Home. With an extensive presence in 213 markets through an impressive network of over 5,800 stores and online platforms, Inditex stands as a symbol of modern fashion and responsible commerce. The company, founded in 1985 by Amancio Ortega, originated in the heart of Spain. Since its inception, Inditex has evolved into a global leader in the fashion industry, consistently pushing boundaries and setting the standard for ethical and sustainable practices. Through its unwavering commitment to sustainability, environmental responsibility, and ethical labor practices, Inditex is not just a fashion retailer; it’s a driving force in transforming the industry and inspiring a greener, more responsible future for fashion enthusiasts worldwide.

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