With 300,000 pieces of clothing heading to landfill every week in the UK, and babies getting through as many as 7 clothing sizes in just 2 years, the effects on the climate are enormous.
Clothes are not being reused. This needs to change.
At Bundlee, we believe the best solution to all of this waste is renting. Sharing and reusing clothing between families lowers the amount of clothing parents have to buy, reducing overproduction of clothing.
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The lifecycle of a Bundlee bodysuit
We focus on sustainability at every stage of our clothes lifecycle - from using renewable energy to make our soft cotton fabric, to recycling items when they can no longer be reused.
Production / Renting / Cleaning / Recycling
Conventionally, it takes a whopping 260 litres of water to make just 1 babygrow! And 21kg of carbon is emitted in the production.
In this linear model of consumption, sadly clothes are often designed and made to be used only once!
Production... the Bundlee way
So for our circular model, it’s important we produce quality, durable clothes that are designed to last. We make our Bundlee Basics range with durability and comfort in mind, so you can use the best quality cotton items that can be worn again and again.
The fibres, yarns and fabric used to make our Bundlee Basics range is all produced in India at a textile mill that uses over 70% renewable energy from wind turbines and solar panels!
The fabric is then dyed and printed in the UK and is sewn by a small women-owned factory that has specialised in baby clothes for nearly 20 years.
To make our Bundlee Basics clothes we use ..% less energy than conventional cotton clothes and an impressive ..% less water!
And that only takes into account the production of the clothes, we make our biggest impact by ensuring all these items are used, shared and reused as many times as possible through renting.