Cotton Heritage cuts T-shirts—not corners. They hold themselves and their factories to the highest ethical and environmental standards, ensuring quality is delivered to you with zero compromise.
Their factories are proudly WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production) certified. This independent, non-profit organization sets and assesses conditions to ensure that goods are produced under lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing conditions. In taking that one step forward in our efforts to better this world, they hold all their factories to an even higher standard by putting them through additional independent audits by a third party firm to ensure that quality and standards continue to be met, and the bar remains high. Cotton Heritage won’t make compromises when it comes to workers’ rights and their environmental impact.
When it comes to carbon footprint, Cotton Heritage employs factories that utilize state of the art, more efficient dye machines, using seven times less water than the average manufacturer—saving millions of gallons per week. Additionally, they make the use of the newest technologies to aid in heat recycling, water recycling, fabric recycling, and more efficient waste management.
Cotton Heritage works to make sure all of their factories have an Environmental Treatment Plant (ETP) on-site, so the water used gets filtered, treated, and recycled.
Cotton Heritage distribution centers and headquarters utilize energy-saving systems like solar power and motion-sensor LED lighting.
From production to distribution, Cotton Heritage is making a conscious effort to promote fair and safe working standards. That means no child labor, no forced labor, fair wages, timely pay, medical aid, and safe working environments. We believe in bringing manufacturing to a higher standard—the Cotton Heritage standard.