When the question is asked “is this product sustainable” we want to genuinely and resolutely be able to say to our clients “yes”.
The Sirimiri journey will constantly evolve as we continually educate ourselves and develop new and improved ways to design and manufacture our current collection.
When starting the design process, we check to ensure that we are designing to minimise waste and pollution and that we are working with regenerative natural and sustainable materials. We focus on re-using, re-manufacturing and recycling materials where we can, and we analyse our carbon footprint for each product and process.
We aim to meet the needs of future generations without exploiting people, the planet, and its resources in the process.
As the global population continues to grow rapidly, the demand for raw materials will increase, while supplies decrease. If we all participate in the circular economy revolution, there will be no more waste. Resources will be reused again and again.
We recognise the waste of the textile industry is a huge problem, with the UK producing more than 200,000 tonnes of textile waste in a year. Duvets, pillows, bed sheets and blankets may be collected by your local council for recycling. You can also recycled them at recycling banks. We suggest searching via this link
If your bedding is still in good condition, here are some alternative ways to dispose of your home textiles.
Donate to a homeless shelter - Blankets, towels, bed sheets and bedding all in very good and clean condition can be donated to some homeless shelters. We suggest looking online for your nearest shelter.
Donate to an animal shelter, sanctuary, or kennel - Blankets, towels, bed sheets and bedding all in good condition can be donated to some animal shelters. We suggest looking online for your nearest shelter.
We strive to reduce and eliminate all unnecessary plastics from our packaging. Using 100% recyclable kraft boxes, 100% recycled tissue paper, stickers and thank you notes. Where plastics are used for hygiene purposes, we use 100% recycled polybags.