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Jaggad Sustainability Profile


Our REFLECT product range consists of products made using a materials and or and processes that are better for the environment. Any piece from our REFLECT range meets one of the below sustainability credentials: - Made from materials with a lower environmental - impact than conventional alternatives. - Made using a process that is associated with a lower environmental impact than conventional alternatives

About Jaggad

  • Status
  • Unverified
  • Employees
  • 25 - 100
  • Industry
  • Apparel & Fashion
  • Country
  • Australia

Jaggad Sustainability Actions

JAGGAD REFLECT - Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilisers, which leads to improved soil condition, lower greenhouse gas emissions, stronger biodiversity and better health among the cotton farmers themselves. Organic cotton also means significantly less energy and significantly less water usage on average compared to the sourcing of traditional cotton. Of the virgin cotton alternatives, organic cotton has shown the lowest environmental impacts due to non-use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and the soil quality is controlled by crop rotation. None of these crops is genetically modified, it’s always third-party certified, and the fibre is kept separate from the cotton field to the finished product.

JAGGAD REFLECT - Recycled Polyester

Recycled Eco Polyester has been developed using an Eco-friendly green fibre to assist in reducing the excess waste issues that we are facing in the world today. The Polyester fibre is made from the recycling of discarded single use bottles that were destined for landfill and potentially our waterways/oceans. Our Warp Knit Recycled ECO Polyester has also been constructed with a high performance end use in mind. The combination of its tight knit structure along with its high elastane content, not only gives you full coverage but also fantastic support, shape and retention.


We have joined forces with Hero Packaging to send out all online orders from in Compostable Mailers! Our new mailers are home compostable and can be used to feed the worms and create nutritious fertiliser. What are they made of? HEROPACKS are made from biodegradable materials, mainly corn-starch and cassava roots How do we compost them? Ideally, these should be sent to composting facilities to be properly broken down and composted. To compost them at home, it’s best to cut them up and place in your compost bin (as “brown” materials). These will completely break down within 90 days in a compostable environment. What happens if they end up in landfill? The best part is that they still break down (with no waste and no methane production) in landfill. It takes about 2 years to break down in landfill. In contrast, traditional plastic bags take 400 years or more to break down, and release deadly methane gas into the atmosphere.

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This information references https://www.jaggad.com/pages/sustainable-packaging and was sourced on 22/08/2021. Is this your business? Suggest an edit