RECYCLING AND UPCYCLING

RECYCLING & UPCYCLING

We are increasing the amount of textiles made from recycled fibers.

Our Sarner Jackets are Made in Italy out of recycled wool.

From old comes new! Turning waste into a resource.

 

RECYCLING

We are gradually increasing the amount of recycled materials in our products. For example, our Sarner jackets, made entirely in Italy, are made from used wool jumpers, which an Italian company converts into yarn. This saves not just raw materials, but also waste. And still looks good.

KEY FACTS AND FIGURES

UPCYCLING

WHEN RUBBISH BECOMES A RESOURCE

With the help of our team of experts, we have been able to come up with products that can be made out of material remains that are left over from the process of making another item. For example, our Sarner Wool Gloves are made from the offcuts of the Sarner Wool Jackets.

Together with our local upcycling partner AKRAT and the students of the design faculty at the University of Bolzano, we have started a project to produce new products from offcuts and shop materials. In doing this, we avoided waste, promote creativity and at the same time increased environmental awareness within society.

UPCYCLING

WHEN RUBBISH BECOMES A RESOURCE

With the help of our team of experts, we try to make the best possible use of materials when cutting and strive to produce the smallest possible amounts of waste. Nevertheless, some amounts of waste are inevitable. Our designers have found ways to use these little offcuts in the manufacture of smaller items. Our Sarner Wool Gloves for example, are made from the remains of the Sarner Wool Jackets 

Together with our local upcycling partner AKRAT and the students of the design faculty at the University of Bolzano, we have started a project to produce new products from offcuts and shop materials. In doing this, we avoid waste, promote creativity and at the same time increase environmental awareness within society.

 

OLD FOR NEW

In addition, we are constantly looking for ways to integrate biodegradable materials into our collections more effectively.