Dutch company, Waste2Wear has launched a collection of eco-fabrics that uses plastic bottles. The company uses blockchain technology to provide complete transparency along the supply chain.
Waste2wear’s blockchain-compliant supply chain enables customers to trace recycled materials back to their source. Every step along the supply chain is recorded in a blockchain, allowing consumers to see the steps in the journey of a garment and verify the eco-credentials of a particular product
Upon request, Waste2wear can provide customers with QR codes that show the whole journey of the product.
Waste2wear has collaborated with several brands including A-dam, Oilily and MYoMY. The company also works with Dutch designer, Fabienne Chapot.
Brands can connect with Waste2wear through the company’s website to find out more about producing eco-fabrics made from ocean waste.
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