Atlantis Headwear Commits to 100% Sustainability by 2025

The company says, "This is the moment to boost our actions: for the people and for the planet"

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Atlantis Headwear, an Italian apparel company specializing in headwear, has made a commitment that its whole collection will be produced within a sustainable mindset, by using certified materials and production processes with a lower impact on the environment by 2025.

“On our journey to sustainability, we set an important milestone,” says Federico Pasini, Atlantis Headwear brand and sales director. “This is the moment to boost our actions: for the people and for the planet.”

According to the company, the top among their sustainable materials is Polylana fiber, a low-impact alternative to 100% acrylic and wool fiber that uses less energy, water, and CO2 during production. In addition, the company uses a variety of eco-friendly materials and processes in its collection including organic cotton, recycled polyester, and waterless dyeing technology.

QR codes are also available on certain products. These codes allow consumers to learn more about the supply chain and technical characteristics of the product — a form of transparency that helps hold the company accountable.

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