Beredo: the second life of MONOBI garments

The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Every year, about 100 billion garments are produced, and a significant portion of these garments end up in landfills or incinerators. This textile waste has a major environmental impact, as it contributes to climate change, water pollution, and air pollution.

The European Union has regulations in place to reduce the amount of textile waste that ends up in landfills or incinerators. These regulations require producers of textiles to take responsibility for the end-of-life of their products.

Monobi is a fashion brand that is committed to sustainability. The brand has partnered with Beredo to help it meet the EU regulations for post-consumer responsibility of producers.

Beredo collects and recycles textile waste. The company uses a circular economy approach to textile recycling, which means that it regenerates the fibers from the waste into new materials. This process allows Beredo to close the loop on textile production and to create a new set of second hand products.

By partnering with Beredo, Monobi is able to ensure that its products are recycled at the end of their life by tracking the process. This helps the brand to reduce its environmental impact and to meet the EU regulations for post-consumer responsibility of producers.

In addition to helping Monobi to meet the EU regulations, Beredo also offers a number of other benefits to the brand. For example, Beredo can help Monobi to complete traceability even for post consumed garments by reduce costs, and respect its brand commitment.

Monobi is committed to ethics, and the company is confident that its partnership with Beredo will help it to achieve its sustainability goals. 

Know more at MONOBI recycling and reusability.