Tropical Leaves

Creating an impact that matters

The garment industry is one of the biggest polluters on the planet. However, at Un-Available, we hope to change that by cultivating a new attitude through planet-forward initiatives. 

Our 2020 Sustainability Report provides a retrospect to what we accomplished last year. By highlighting our achievements, things we are working towards, and future goals, we provide an overview of what lies ahead. As our facility continues to shift to tackle our mission, we remain diligent in our cause. And with time being of the essence, there is no room for excuses. It is now about creating a new status quo.


WATER

25


% consumption reduction by the end of 2023


ENERGY

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PLASTIC

64


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PEOPLE

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[ENERGY]

A Retrospect On Our Energy used from 2018 to 2023

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0.68 kW/garment

*Data from 2020.

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0.72kWh/garment (*)

0.72 kW/garment

0.76 kW/garment

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

We use the Higg Index to track our energy consumption 

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Our goal is a 25% reduction in energy consumption by 2023

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[WATER]

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Factory's Wastewater

Raw Wastewater

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Supplier's owned pre-treatment plant

/01 Our facility's raw wastewater goes through our pre-treatment plant before entering the central treatment plant.

Sludge

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Safe disposal

/02 During the pre-treatment process, sludge, a solid by-product, will occur. A waste company collects the sludge for disposal.

Discharge Wastewater

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Central or Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP)

/03 The final wastewater treatment happens at the central or common effluent processing plant.

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Aquatic body

/04 Once the process is complete, the plant releases the water directly into the environment.

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Chemical Certification and Requirements

We refer to the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) and OEKO-TEX requirements. The ZDHC is a group consisting of brands and retailers working towards a zero discharge of hazardous chemicals

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[MATERIALS]

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We developed our own scoring system to identify the environmental impact of each process required to produce a garment

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We sourced GOTS-certified fabrics and recycled fabrics to use for our clients' production

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We worked with our suppliers to source eco-friendly fabrics made from linen, hemp, bamboo and coffee grounds.

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[PLASTIC]

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51.8 %

48.2 %

2018

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42.9 %

57.1 %

2019

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27.6 %

72.4 %

2020

Breakdown of our suppliers based on certifications

*Data from 2020

Subcontractors

Fabric Suppliers

Trim Suppliers

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65%

35%

44%

56%

25%

75%

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Certified (ISO 9001)

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Non-certified (ISO 9001)

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Certified (OEKO-TEX)

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Non-certified OEKO-TEX)

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Certified (OEKO-TEX)

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Non-certified OEKO-TEX)

OEKO-TEX AND ISO 9001 STANDARDS FOR OUR SUPPLIERS

OEKO-TEX is a product label and certification that confirms the ecological safety of textile and leather goods throughout the different steps of a supply chain. The certifications mentioned in the graphics above are only refering to environmental and q

Download our [SUSTAINABILITY] report