The textile industry's share of environmental pollution and climate impact is enormous. That is why we focus on sustainable materials. For our fabrics we use only cotton from controlled organic cultivation (organic cotton). Water consumption in cultivation is significantly lower than conventional crops here. Chemical pesticides and genetic engineering are prohibited.
A large proportion of global emissions are generated in the transport industry. As a mail order company, we are responsible here. That is why we now ship climate-neutral by default with DHL GoGreen - all emissions are calculated and compensated according to international standards!
Packaging protects our products during transport and thus keeps them hygienic - we cannot ship anything without it.
What we can try to do is to minimize the impact of packaging on our environment. The plastic bags used at NONOMO® so far will be gradually replaced by recyclable cardboard boxes. For less plastic waste and environmental impact.
Nothing gets lost here!
One problem of online retailing with a massive environmental impact is the high volume of returns. With rental products and test packages, we want to make it easier for our customers to find the right product right from the start. If returns do occur, NONOMO® does not destroy them, but refurbishes them and offers them as second choice items at a reduced price.
OEKO-Tex® STANDARD 100
For us, it’s essential that our products are sustainable and free of toxins. Textiles who have direct skin contact should basically pose no danger. The standard 100 label of OEKO-Texâ certifies that our products are completely free of harmful materials, which means all the threads, buttons, and other accessories are harmless to health.
GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard
NONOMO is also certified with the GOTS label. The Global Organic Textile Standard is the world's leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria, enhanced by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain. GOTS certified end products can include fiber products, yarns, fabrics, apparel, home textiles, mattresses, and more.