Ethics and Eco CredentialsWJ Clothing was founded by people with a passion for ethical and environmental responsibility - it's one of the reasons why we sought out amazing fibres like bamboo.
The clothing industry worldwide is far from an ethical place. It's a minefield of ecological, human and financial wrongdoing - but there are ways to battle that and make a difference. For example, it's not possible to get organic certification for the way the source bamboo is grown in China - but we know it's the fastest-growing crop out there and needs no pesticides or fertilisers. We also ensure that the process to produce the bamboo viscose used in our products is a closed system (so you can ignore the scare stories paid for by the cotton industry in the noughties!)
While it is not possible to get every accreditation against every element of every product, you can rest assured that we have made every effort to ensure that what you buy from us has as clean an ethical and ecological bill of health as you are going to find.
Below are some of the accreditation schemes we use for our our products, production and logistics:
Organic cotton is grown without traditional pesticides, chemicals or fertilisers. It is kinder to your skin, softer and more comfortable.The Soil Association is an independent, not-for-profit organisation and the world’s leading certification body for organic products. This logo is your guarantee that the cotton used to make this item is certified organic.
The Fairwear Foundation (FWF) is an international verification initiative dedicated to enhancing the lives of people working in the textiles industry.The Fairwear Foundation are an independent, not-for-profit organisation who audit factories and working conditions and ensure, amongst other things, that workers are being paid a fair wage and have clean, safe and happy working conditions
This logo is your guarantee that no-one has suffered to make this garment.Oeko-Tex Standard 100 or Öko-Tex Standard 100 is an international testing and certification system for textiles, limiting the use of certain chemicals.The Oeko-Tex label is a recognised benchmark for the consumer and an additional quality assurance tool for the manufacturer. The concept has become established as a safety standard throughout the textile manufacturing chain. Clothing with this label has been tested at each stage of manufacturing to make sure that it is free of harmful substances.