Eco Friendly Workwear

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At Tiger Supplies, we provide high-quality Workwear solutions that meet your organisation's needs and help protect the environment for a greener future.

Eco-Friendly Materials

Opting for Workwear made from sustainable materials is a crucial step towards sustainability. Here are some examples of eco-friendly materials commonly used in Workwear:

1. Recycled Plastics

Workwear made from recycled plastics, such as recycled PET, helps reduce the demand for virgin resources and diverts plastic waste from landfills. These materials maintain the necessary protective properties while contributing to a circular economy.

2. Biodegradable Materials

Choosing Workwear made from biodegradable materials, such as plant-based plastics or natural fibres, ensures that the products can break down naturally over time. This reduces their environmental impact. These materials often offer similar performance characteristics to traditional PPE materials.

3.Sustainable Textiles

Sustainable textiles, such as organic cotton or bamboo, in Workwear manufacturing reduce:

  •  the reliance on non-renewable resources 
  • chemical exposure. 

These materials are grown using environmentally friendly practices and offer comfort and breathability for extended periods of use.

That is why, we offer a wide range of Organic and Recycled Workwear garments. Here are some of the advantages of these sustainable options:

Organic Workwear Garments

Organic workwear garments are made from materials grown without the use of harmful pesticides or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). By choosing organic cotton or other natural fibres, you contribute to:

1. Reduced Chemical Usage: 

Organic farming practices eliminate the need for synthetic pesticides and fertilisers, preventing their release into the environment.

2. Water Conservation

Organic cotton cultivation relies on more sustainable water management techniques, reducing water consumption compared to conventional cotton production.

3. Biodiversity Preservation

Organic farming promotes healthier ecosystems by preserving biodiversity and minimising the disruption of natural habitats.

Recycled Workwear Garments

Recycled workwear garments are made from materials derived from post-consumer waste or industrial byproducts. By choosing recycled materials, you contribute to:

1. Waste Reduction

Incorporating recycled materials into workwear reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills, promoting a circular economy.

2. Resource Conservation

Recycled workwear decreases the demand for virgin resources, such as petroleum and water. This option reduces the ecological footprint associated with raw material extraction.

3. Energy Savings

Recycling materials typically requires less energy compared to producing new materials. Doing this leads to lower carbon emissions and reduced reliance on fossil fuels.

Positive Brand Image and Corporate Social Responsibility

Adopting organic and recycled workwear garments: 

  • benefits the environment
  • enhances your brand image 
  • demonstrates corporate social responsibility

Here is why Sustainable Workwear leads to positive brand image:

1. Consumer Appeal

Consumers are increasingly gravitating towards brands that prioritise sustainability. Your commitment to eco-friendly practices attracts environmentally conscious customers who align with your brand values.

2. Compliance with Regulations and Standards

In many industries, there are regulations and standards in place to promote sustainability and ethical practices. 

3. Collaboration in Sustainable Supply Chains

Selecting organic and recycled workwear garments encourages collaboration with suppliers and manufacturers committed to sustainability. By prioritising suppliers who share your environmental values, you contribute to the growth of sustainable supply chains and help drive positive change throughout the industry.

If you have any queries regarding our range of Eco Friendly Workwear, do not hesitate to contact us. Please call us on 0844 848 3444 or email us at