Edward Joiner Garment Sustainability
Materials & Sourcing:
Made in Canada
Edward Joiner's Canadian milled fabrics are made using a cotton blend that is breathable and soft.
All garments are dyed with non-toxic dyes in Canada. Once the cotton is sourced, the creation of the garment (sewing, dyeing, finishing, etc.) is done within a 12-mile radius, which reduces our already low carbon footprint.
We understand cotton is a very water-intensive crop, which is why we are continuously looking into sourcing high-quality blends that are both functional and sustainable. We look for guidance from organizations such as the Better Cotton Initiative, which is a non-profit that focuses its efforts globally to show farmers the impact of the cotton they grow. Ideally, we believe that we can spark change for a world where 100% of the cotton produced is done so in a sustainable and clean way. When we all decide to take care of the planet and each other, the world becomes a better place for us all.
GOTS Certified Organic Cotton & Recycled Polyester
Our GOTS Certified Organic Cotton & Recycled Polyester garments are all made in wind mill powered fair trade facilities. The garment materials are farmed, sourced, and milled within the regions of India and Pakistan.
Our manufacturer carries these environmental certifications and systems:
- SA 800 (Social Accountability Management System)
- Suzlon 1250 Windpower
- WRAP Certified
- Organic Exchange 100 Guidelines
- GOTS Certified (For Organic Textiles)
All materials that are a part of the packaging are either recyclable, biodegradable, or can be reused. We highly suggest that you repurpose our packaging.
At Edward Joiner, we strive to bring our customers a premium experience with the quality of our products, our design language, and our sustainability efforts. If you ever have any questions about our sustainable fashion practices or anything else regarding sustainability, message us on our Instagram.