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By Wunderlabel on 04/26/2024

Sustainable and Eco-friendly Woven Labels

Sustainable and Eco-friendly Woven Labels by Wunderlabel

If you value products that neither harm the environment nor your fellow human beings, then our eco-friendly woven labels are just right for you. But what does it actually mean for something to be sustainable and eco-friendly? 
Sustainability encompasses ecological, economic, and social responsibility. It's about not depleting resources and preserving them for future generations.
 “Environmentally friendly” refers specifically to ensuring that production or the product itself does not have a negative impact on the environment. The goal is to reduce impact on our planet, whether by reducing waste, using renewable energy sources, or using non-toxic materials.

What Are Sustainable Woven Labels by Wunderlabel?manufa

Our woven brand labels with logo, custom clothing labels with text, as well as woven size and care labels, are made from 100% recycled polyester. This material helps reduce the need for virgin raw materials and minimizes waste.
They are also OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified, which means they meet strict criteria for environmental compatibility and human safety. This certification assures our customers that the labels are free of harmful chemicals and can be used safely on clothing and textiles.
 Of course, we also take great care to ensure fair working conditions and decent wages in our production facilities, contributing to the well-being of our employees and making a positive contribution to society.

Why Are Woven Labels Environmentally Friendly?

Through the combination of recycled yarn and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certification, we offer our customers sustainable clothing labels that not only meet the highest quality and safety standards, but are also ecologically friendly.
They are particularly eco friendly for the following reasons:
 - Sustainable materials: Woven tags that use recycled polyester waste fewer resources and have a lower impact on the environment than other materials.
- Fewer chemicals: These eco-friendly labels typically require fewer chemicals in the manufacturing process, reducing environmental impact.
- Durability: Woven clothing tags are stronger and more durable than printed labels. They remain legible and do not need to be replaced. The fact that care instructions do not fade can help extend the life of garments, reducing the need for new products.
- Reusability: Woven labels can be easily removed from garments or handmade items and reused, reducing waste and contributing to a circular economy.

How Do We Manufacture Sustainable Woven Labels?

In our commitment to meet the sustainability requirements, the journey of our fabric labels goes beyond the material. Our manufacturing process is carefully designed to minimize environmental impact while maximizing efficiency.
We produce our custom woven labels using Newlife™ yarn made from post-consumer recycled PET (plastic) bottles instead of virgin polyester.  Our state-of-the-art machinery is optimized for energy efficiency, reducing carbon emissions throughout the manufacturing process. We also implement advanced technologies to minimize energy and water usage. 
In addition, our manufacturing facilities adhere to strict environmental standards to ensure that waste is minimized and managed responsibly. 
Our commitment also extends to the packaging of our labels. The labels are shipped in sustainable packaging made from recycled paper. 
In conclusion, the recyclable and recycled woven labels from the Wunderlabel product range are not just a sustainable product, but a testament to our commitment to environmental stewardship. By choosing our labels, our customers receive a quality product and also contribute to a better future for generations to come.
For more detailed instructions on how to attach woven labels, please refer to our blog post 'How to Attach Woven Labels' on our website.