NZ TEX GROUP received Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold status


Bangladeshi fabric manufacturer NZ TEX GROUP received Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold for their Grow Green denim range. The collection is made from either cotton, hemp or linen denim and is available in indigo, black bottoming, black and grey. This Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold denim range has achieved Platinum in the Material Health category.

This certificate covers the following products:

  1. 100% Cotton
  2. 99% Cotton 1% Roica
  3. 98% Cotton 2% Roica
  4. 99% Cotton 1% Lycra
  5. 98% Cotton 2% Lycra
  6. Hemp Denim
  7. Linen Denim

Available in the following colors: Indigo, Black Bottoming, Black and Grey. Please see the List of Certified Products (available on the Cradle to Cradle Certified Product Registry) for all products covered within the scope of this certificate.

Cradle to Cradle Certified® is the global standard for products that are safe, circular and responsibly made.

Leading brands, retailers, designers and manufacturers across the value chain rely on the Cradle to Cradle Certified Product Standard to ensure the impact of their products on people and the planet is a positive one. For more than a decade, Cradle to Cradle Certified has been helping companies to innovate and optimize materials and products according to the world’s most advanced science-based measures.

Cradle to Cradle Certified assesses the safety, circularity and responsibility of materials and products across five categories of sustainability performance:

Material Health: ensuring materials are safe for humans and the environment

Product Circularity: enabling a circular economy through regenerative products and process design

Clean Air & Climate Protection: protecting clean air, promoting renewable energy, and reducing harmful emissions

Water & Soil Stewardship: safeguarding clean water and healthy soils

Social Fairness: respecting human rights and contributing to a fair and equitable society

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