Nilt, the global leader in high-quality Nylon 6.6 and the owner of the Sensil sustainable brand, has partnered with The Ocean Foundation's Blue Resilience Initiative to restore and protect important ocean meadows and other coastal habitats.
The maritime grasslands, which are being degraded at a rate of two football fields per hour, are critical ecosystems for removing CO2 from the atmosphere and reducing global warming and acidification. Furthermore, ocean grasslands assist businesses all around the world by sustaining marine life, defending coastlines against erosion and storm surge, and sustaining sea life.
Sagee Aran, Head of Global Marketing, said that Nilit's contribution to The Ocean Foundation Blue Resilience Initiative complements and augments their own internal activities to conserve ocean ecosystems. Nilit and The Ocean Foundation can have an impact on both sides of the ocean health equation, allowing them to have a greater impact on the health of our oceans and the world as a whole.
Nilit's complex Total Product Sustainability initiative prioritizes CO2 reduction and ocean protection. Clean energy solutions were deployed in the company's manufacturing units all over the world. CO2 emissions were cut by 40% at the company's main location in Israel.
Under its Sensil consumer brand, Nilit has created the largest portfolio of sustainable premium Nylon products, including innovative products that especially address reduced greenhouse gas emissions and ecosystem benefits. Sensil BioCare, the company's newest innovative product, is produced with a particular ingredient that speeds biodegradation, reducing textile microplastics build-up in marine environments during and after use.
An independent laboratory's ASTM 6691 testing revealed a biodegradation rate of roughly 40% in 500 days. Consumers can learn about clothes sustainability and The Ocean Foundation's goal by scanning QR codes on SENSIL BioCare hang tags.
Aran added that from fiber to customer, apparel sustainability necessitates innovative concepts and unique partnerships. With The Ocean Foundation's financing, they've broadened their vision well beyond the usual supply chain structure, allowing them to achieve positive environmental impact more quickly and effectively, in keeping with their SENSIL® brand objective. They're thrilled to be a part of The Ocean Foundation's important mission to safeguard the marine ecosystems that support life on land and in the oceans.
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