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Exploring the Benefits of Recycled Textiles in Uniforms

Exploring the Benefits of Recycled Textiles in Uniforms 

At Total Image Group, we’re not just about creating stylish and functional uniforms for businesses, we’re dedicated to fostering a culture that prioritises sustainability and environmental responsibility. That’s why we’re passionate about incorporating recycled textiles into our uniform options. Here we delve into the benefits of adding recycled textiles to uniforms and why it’s crucial for both businesses and the planet. 

Embracing Recyclability 

In a world where fast fashion dominates the market, the environmental impact of clothing production cannot be overlooked. From water pollution to carbon emissions, the fashion industry contributes significantly to environmental degradation. However, by choosing recycled textiles for uniforms, businesses can take a step towards reducing their carbon footprint and promoting sustainability. In places like Sydney it is particularly important as the awareness of environmental issues is only growing, pushing businesses to adapt and adopt sustainable practices while contributing to a healthier planet for future generations.

Extending the Lifecycle of Uniforms 

One of the key benefits of incorporating recycled textiles into uniforms is the ability to extend their lifecycle. Traditional uniforms often end up in landfills after a short period of use, contributing to waste and pollution. By using recycled materials, uniforms can be designed to be more durable and long-lasting, ensuring that they withstand the test of time and can be repurposed or recycled at the end of their lifecycle. 

Reducing Resource Consumption 

Producing new textiles requires a significant amount of resources, including water, energy, and raw materials. By using recycled textiles, businesses can help reduce the demand for new resources and minimise the environmental impact of uniform production. This not only conserves valuable resources but also helps mitigate the negative effects of textile manufacturing on the environment. 

Promoting Circular Economy 

Incorporating recycled textiles into uniforms is a step towards building a circular economy, where materials are reused and recycled to minimise waste. By choosing uniforms made from recycled materials, businesses can contribute to closing the loop in the textile supply chain and promoting a more sustainable approach to fashion production. 

Setting a Positive Example 

By prioritising recycled textiles in uniforms, businesses can set a positive example for their employees, customers, and industry peers. Demonstrating a commitment to sustainability not only enhances brand reputation but also inspires others to adopt more environmentally friendly practices. Ultimately, by leading the way in sustainable fashion, businesses can drive positive change and contribute to a healthier planet for future generations. 

Our Top Recycled Textile Uniform Picks 

        Pippa Top 

Made from shredded PET bottles combined with yarn to create to create a recycled polyester blend. 

Mens Sustainable Corporate SS Polo 

Fabric made from 100% Certified. Recycled PET & cotton. 

    Zip Back Tunic 

Includes recycled components and recycled polyester fabrication. 

   Recycle X Taped       Hi Vis Drill Shirt 

 Recycled fabrics made from recycled plastic bottles and plastic waste. 

Recycle Womens Taped Biomotion Cargo Work Pant 

 Crafted from recycled polyester yarns made from post-consumer plastic waste. 

  Sustainable Bib                   Apron 

 With a carbon footprint reduction of 6 plastic bottles.  

Nepal Chef Jacket 

 Fabric blend of 100% Recycled Polyester and cotton. 

Check out some of our Custom recycled textile designs:

           Goodstart Ladies Inverted V Top 

                 Arcare – Ladies Soft Top 

At Total Image Group, we believe that incorporating recycled textiles into uniforms is not just about creating stylish and functional attire – it’s creating uniform items that stand the test of time with minimal impact to the environment. By choosing recycled materials, businesses can extend the lifecycle of their uniforms, reduce resource consumption, promote a circular economy, and set a positive example for others to follow.   

Contact one of our Uniform Experts to add recycled textile uniform pieces to your uniform range or to discuss how we can help you to recycle old or unwanted uniforms.  


Who is TIG

Total Image Group was founded on the basis that workwear in Australia had become generic and uninspiring. We’ve changed all that.

We believe corporate uniforms should never be boring.

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