We are thrilled to announce that Ethical Bedding, a brand offering a range of sustainable bed sheets, pillows, duvets, and more, has attained Ethical Accreditation. This achievement follows a rigorous assessment of Ethical Bedding’s policies and business practices and therefore verifies the brand’s dedication to making a positive impact on people, animals and the planet. Moreover, due to its outstanding commitment to ethics, Ethical Bedding has also been included in our list of the Top 200 Ethical Businesses.
Ethical Bedding has been at the forefront of promoting ethical and sustainable practices within the bedding industry. The company understands the importance of considering the environmental and social impact of their products, from production to the final product in your bedroom.
What sets Ethical Bedding apart from the typical bedding company is its decision to make its products with eucalyptus silk, a more sustainable alternative to cotton and other fabrics typically used to make bedding. Ethical Bedding states that only around 150 litres of water are used in the production of its eucalyptus silk sheets, compared to around 4,000 litres of water for the average cotton bed sheet. The production of its sheets also requires 30% less energy than cotton bedding.
Additionally, eucalyptus silk not only has a significantly lower environmental footprint compared to cotton, but it is also a luxurious and soft material. According to Ethical Bedding, its eucalyptus silk bedding is ideal for people with sensitive skin as it causes less friction than cotton. Eucalyptus silk is also highly breathable and makes for a poor environment for bacterial growth, meaning your sheets stay fresher for longer!
At The Good Shopping Guide, we believe in supporting companies that prioritise ethical and eco-friendly practices, particularly those that go over and beyond to make sustainable alternatives to traditional products. Ethical Bedding has consistently demonstrated its commitment to these values, setting a new standard for the industry.
Cotton production has long been associated with environmental issues such as excessive water usage, the heavy reliance on pesticides, and the depletion of soil health. Ethical Bedding’s decision to embrace eucalyptus silk represents a groundbreaking move towards a more sustainable and ethical future.
Transparency is also a key pillar of ethical business practices, and Ethical Bedding excels in this regard. The company provides detailed information about its supply chain, manufacturing processes, and the sourcing of raw materials. This transparency allows consumers to make informed choices and reinforces Ethical Bedding’s commitment to ethical standards.
Ethical Bedding’s achievement of Ethical Accreditation is a testament to their dedication to creating a positive impact on the world. By embracing innovative solutions like eucalyptus silk, Ethical Bedding is not only providing consumers with high-quality and luxurious bedding but also leading the way towards a more sustainable and ethical future for the entire industry.
Explore Ethical Bedding’s eucalyptus silk products on the company website.
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