KEEPING THE WASTE IN BUSINESS AND OUT OF THE OCEAN
At TRIO Sports, we are working towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions by changing the way most clothing manufactures produce clothes. By 2020 we aim to be climate positive throughout our entire production chain from start to finish stitch by stitch. How are we achieving these goals? for a start we created our very Ocean balance technology. We combine sublimation printing and recycled polyester to create green, environmentally-friendly clothing that is used by some of the worlds leading athletes and companies!
Eco-Friendly Printing Technology
No Toxins - are used in the dye sublimation process thus protecting workers and the environment.
Zero Waste - as no dye will get into our water systems
Saves Water - Inkjet jobs can consume as little as 20 liters of water per kilogram of printed substrate. For cotton this can be as much as 10,000 liters.
Every fiber counts. Recycled Polyester saves resources and decreases emissions.
A big part of the polyester fabrics we use in dye sublimation come from recycled plastic products thus protecting the environment.
our recycled story
An estimated 8 million tons of plastic waste enter the oceans each year. The problem is found in every known ecosystem and at every level of the food chain. If current marine pollution trends continue, the oceans will contain more plastic than fish by the year 2050. Part of our goal is to help be a solution to this problem by working to keep waste and plastics out our oceans and transforming it into high performance sports gear. #OneOceanOneLove
"This important initiative addresses innovation around material, products and new ways of using them in our designs. For this to become a reality, we work closely with supply partners to turn marine plastic debris into an opportunity and make it an attractive alternative to virgin materials. Our aim is to ensure sporting communities around the globe have better access to performance garments made by TRIO Sports from recycled materials."
- Evelina Matjusenko, TRIO Sports Head Designer