Recycled Throw with Hand Knotted Fringe - Rose

Recycled Throw made from Plastic Bottles


Size: 125 x 150cm

 

These beautiful environmentally-friendly throws are made from recycled plastic bottles! But don't be fooled, thery are soft and luxurious to the touch.

They can be used inside & outside the house as throws, blankets, picnic blankets and so on. We also stock in Soft Lavender Grey & Old Gold.

 

How are they made

At Namaste they are passionate about ensuring their products where possible are made from environmentally-friendly, sustainable and recycled materials.

They are strong believers that by helping to create a market that encourages the recycling and reusing of plastic bottles, it will reduce the negative impact they are continuing to have on our natural environment.

Once collected the plastic which was destined for land fill or our oceans is shredded into small flakes, melted, extruded and then spun into polyester yarn and thread, not only resulting in a wonderfully versatile textile that is soft and luxurious to touch, but resulting in a fantastic, recycled, environmentally friendly textile worth talking about!

 

What we love


  • Made from Plastic Bottles destined for land fill or our oceans
  • Soft and luxurious
  • Machine Washable
  • Stain Resistant
  • Moth & Mould Resistant
  • Resistant to UV Fading
  • Fair trade & Certified by GoodWeave
  • Suitable for those with dust mite allergies or asthma

 

About GoodWeave

These throws are certified by GoodWeave.

GoodWeave aims to stop child labour in the carpet industry and to replicate its market-based approach in other sectors.

The GoodWeave label is the best assurance that no child labour was used in the making of your rug. In order to earn the GoodWeave label, rug exporters and importers must be licensed under the GoodWeave certification program and sign a legally binding contract to adhere to GoodWeave’s no-child-labour standard; allow unannounced random inspections by local inspectors; and pay a licensing fee that helps support GoodWeave’s monitoring, inspections and education programs.

Each certified rug features a numbered label on the reverse that can be traced back to the producer, linking you directly to the lives at the other end of the supply chain.

Buying a Goodweave certified rug supports educational opportunities for children in India who might otherwise be required to work. Handcrafted by adult artisans, these rugs make a beautiful statement at home & make the world a better place.

3,636 children directly freed from exploitation 
23,996 children enrolled in schools 
59,152 workers covered under the GoodWeave System

Meet some of the children and artisans whose lives are improved by your purchase by visiting www.goodweave.org