With its range of hotel linen made from GOTS and Fairtrade certified organic cotton, Dibella is committed to the ecologically and socially responsible development of textile production in cotton-growing countries. In addition, the company is directly supporting farmers in India.
Dibella announces it has joined Worn Again Technologies’ Pioneer Members’ programme consisting of some of the most forward-thinking brands in the global apparel and textiles industry. The establishment of this programme one step further on Worn Again Technologies and Dibella’s shared mission to propel the shift to a circular resource world, wasting no time – or textiles – in getting there.
With the Dibella reforestation project in India, the company is realizing its declared climate goals and enabling third parties to take advantage of carbon dioxide (CO2) compensation. At the same time, the steadily growing forest is to actively contribute to climate and environmental protection in the state of Tamil Nadu.
At Dibella, the use of sustainable fiber raw materials continues to increase every year. This is confirmed by the market report "Preferred Fiber & Materials" published by the non-profit organization Textile Exchange: In 2016, Dibella was ranked 5th in the use of Fairtrade organic cotton and has since risen to 3rd place.
German companies enable the traceability of textiles and offer excellent support in securing organic cotton.
The Dibella Group and Tailorlux GmbH have won Renate Künast's sponsorship in Berlin for the organic cotton marking project of Chetna Cooperative. Renate Künast sees physical labeling as the solution to the problem of bio-fraud.
Dibella once again demonstrated how seriously the company takes the use of sustainable fiber raw materials. The current market report "Preferred Fiber & Materials", published by the non-profit organization Textile Exchange, places Dibella among the top 10 in two categories.
Also in 2016, sustainable textiles for institutional business are breaking all records at Dibella. The company has bought almost one thousand tons of hand-picked organic-cotton as Fairtrade products. ...