BE THE CHANGE
At Tezenis, we constantly strive to generate positive changes in the environment around us, even the simplest process is geared towards a more responsible future for fashion.
The projects and actions that allow us to combine a strong creative drive and innovate towards sustainability, start from this goal.
A term, that for us indicates not only a conscious choice of fibres, but also the reuse of production waste, the use of recycled paper in packaging, as well as the attention to lower water consumption and a consistent reduction of CO2 emissions.
Our challenge is to develop even better products through the search for virtuous production processes, because through our present and future commitments ,we want to participate in change.
Be The Change!
kg of CO2e less in 2020 thanks to the self-production of energy through our photovoltaic systems
kg of CO2e less in 2020 thanks to the use of electricity from renewable sources (for 50%)
kg of plastic saved in 2020 thanks to the use of recyclable and recycled paper bags for online purchases
of Tezenis production is created and controlled in our factories to guarantee the best quality / price ratio
of the shopping bags made of recycled and recyclable paper
reduction of water consumption in our water intensive production processes
100% recycled and recyclable shoppers
We have chosen to replace plastic shopping bags with new shopping bags for the shop and for online sales created with recycled and recyclable materials, thus reducing the consumption of plastic by up to 10 tons.
Socks in recycled cotton
socks made of recycled cotton and polyester according to a virtuous example of circular economy which, starting from pre and post consumer textile waste, allows to give new life to fibers and create new yarns.
Electricity from renewable sources - reduction of CO2 emissions
reduction of 870 tons of CO2 emitted into the atmosphere thanks to the self-production of electricity from our photovoltaic systems and of 27,000 tons of CO2 thanks to the use of energy from renewable sources.
more than 50% of the collection in stores will be made with materials that have less impact on the environment: organic cotton, recycled microfibre, sustainable viscose and recycled lace.
Reduction of CO2e emissions in the world
we are committed to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by extending the number of countries where we only use electricity from renewable sources and avoiding up to 36,000 tons of CO2e per year.
"Let's pollinate Europe" 3BEE project
the "Pollinate Europa" project was created in collaboration with the agritech company 3Bee and provides for the adoption of hives to protect bees, support beekeepers and protect biodiversity. In fact, bees are responsible for over 80% of the food chain and preserve our ecosystem. Each Tezenis tech hive will protect 60,000 bees which will pollinate 60 million flowers. Each customer will be able to contribute to the growth and protection of hives through their constant remote monitoring.
100% of the collection will use low impact on the climate materials
In 2025 Tezenis is aiming to offer products completely made with organic cotton, recycled microfibre, sustainable viscose and recycled lace.
25% of raw materials with low climate impact
at least 25% of the raw materials used for the creation of our garments will have a low environmental impact in full respect of human rights and the people who participate in their production.
Elimination of “single use” plastic in B2C + packaging
We want to make sure that single-use plastics are eliminated and that at least 50% of the remaining plastics in B2C and B2B packaging are 100% recycled.
Socks in recycled cotton
The 1st project linked to eco-sustainable collections with the creation of Tezenis brand socks made with the use of materials from waste and plastic sources.
The paper of our shopping bags is made of reusable, recyclable and certified material.
Reuse hangers in the store
With a view focused on environmental sustainability, in our stores we have decided to reuse our hangers, thus saving 60 million a year.