In 2019 Hard Yakka committed to reducing their waste and carbon footprint toward zero. By 2029 the aim is to have 95% of their material and trims to be sustainably sourced. Committing to being part of the movement to protect the land, ocean, wildlife, air and natural resources for the next generation. Therefore sustainable workwear Hard Yakka Project Zero Waste was born.
How does this impact you?
It doesn’t. Other than allowing you to continually work towards bettering the planet too. The material that is used on their new Project Zero Range is either recycled nylon or polyester, made from plastic bottles. They haven’t stopped there, also implementing recycled packaging as well.
Here are three new items part of the Project Zero Range.
Zero Short – made from recycled plastic bottles, 3x stronger than canvas/ripstop and quick dry.
Zero Jogger – made from recycled plastic bottles, 3x stronger than canvas/ripstop and quick dry. Sustainable workwear Hard Yakka Project Zero Waste.
Zero Tee – made from recycled plastic bottles, moisture wicking.
For more information on the Hard Yakka Project Zero range or to place an order click here.
Or you can read more about Repreve material here
Sustainable workwear by Hard Yakka Project Zero Waste. Made from recycled plastic bottles. Reducing waste and carbon footprint, the way of the future, to help protect our environment and the next generation. The Construction Trade and Mining Industry contribute to our carbon footprint, as does the textile industry. We see it as our responsibility to promote and take active change where we can. We have also written a blog around recycling your uniforms responsibly and that is definitely worth the read! You can read that blog here.