Spanish fashion retailer, Mango, is progressing in the area of sustainability by advancing its objectives for the coming years and marketing its Committed line, which groups together goods that the firm considers as having "reduced environmental impact."
In 2021, this category accounted for 80% of the garments in the Spanish fashion group's catalog, up from 45% in 2020 and 16% in 2019. Mango plans to have all of its designs classed under the Committed banner by 2022.
Articles created with at least 30% sustainable fibers, such as organic, recycled, or BCI cotton, recycled polyester, recycled wool, or Tencel, and processed "using more sustainable manufacturing practices."
Mango announced the advancement of certain of its sustainability targets, including the expectation that 100% of the brand's polyester will be recycled by 2025, "doubling the earlier aim established for that same year."
It also believes that by 2025, all cellulosic fibers used would be of controlled and traceable origin, "which implies they will have met their commitment five years earlier than expected."
Mango stated that in 2021, it will utilize 91% more sustainable cotton, 59% natural cellulosic fibers, and 54% recycled polyester.
In keeping with its transparency approach, the firm published a list of the manufacturers in its worldwide supply chain in December, updating its 2020 list to include Tier 1 and Tier 2 factories. This year, it intends to publish a list of third-level (Tier 3) factories, which refers to raw material providers.
By 2030, the group is committed to reducing its direct CO2 emissions and those created by the energy it consumes by 80%, as well as its supply chain emissions by 35%.
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