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Ethical Practices. Environmental Responsibility.

Sustainability

Sustainable manufacturing is the creation of manufactured products through economically-sound processes that minimize negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources. Sustainable manufacturing also enhances employee, community, and product safety.

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More and more companies are looking for sustainable and eco-friendly solutions to their business and this filters down to the product with a focus on environmentally friendlier fabrics, fibres, technologies and factories.

At NEA, we have invested a lot in research and development of sustainable sportswear, and we are now at the forefront of producing eco sportswear that is less harmful to the environment.

We have a huge database of fabric mills in China we work closely with and now produce garments using many different types of fibres, from organic cotton, merino wool, bamboo, carbon, hemp, tencil and econyl.

We have selected fibres that are completely sustainable and harmless to the environment to produce and also at the end of the garments life when it degrades back into the earth. 

Organic.

 

Grown with no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or insecticides. No GMO, non-toxic, promotes biodiversity and soil fertility. Uses 88% less water, 62% less energy compared to conventional cotton.

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Bamboo.

 

Bamboo is 100% natural and biodegradable which gives conscientious consumers real peace of mind. Once you have no further use for a bamboo product you can rest easy, knowing that it will return to the Earth leaving minimal environmental impact.