With the voluminous Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold certified and GOTS certified terry towels (500 g/m2) you bring the organic wellness feeling directly to your bathroom. The terry cloth made of organic cotton and sustainable production not only ensures a good conscience, it creates the perfect wellness ambience with pleasant colors. The terry cloth is not only made of GOTS certified organic cotton, but also has the Cradle to Cradle Certified® Gold certificate. This means that everything from the organic cotton fabric to the sewing thread, the weaving and product label to the color pigments is 100 % biodegradable and can be returned to the biological cycle without leaving any residue.
Available in the colors: White, Denim Blue, Seablue, Grass Green
That's why this product is great:
- Particularly absorbent
- Skin friendly
- Fluffy and soft
- Voluminous terry (500 g/m2)
- 100% biodegradable
- Cotton from 100% controlled organic cultivation
- Fair Wear audited
- Cradle 2 Cradle Gold certified
- GOTS certified
- Gentle wash up to 60°C
- Bleaching not allowed
- Dry gently (tumble dryer)
- Iron moderately hot
- Gentle professional wet cleaning
Organic cotton terry.
Item number: 10HT02-70140
Manufacturer: Mary Rose GmbH
Packing unit: 1 piece
Scope of delivery: Mary Rose terry towel
Dimensions & weight: 70x140cm
Taiga Eco Rating
This product scores in at least 50% of our sustainable materials characteristics, making it especially sustainable. Sustainability starts with the materials. That's why, when evaluating this criterion, we look closely at whether the product is made of natural or recycled or recyclable materials, and whether it is petroleum- or plastic-free. We also look to see if the materials are locally and organically grown.
Unfortunately, this product still scores in too few of our characteristics for sustainable manufacturing. This does not mean that the product is generally not sustainable, only that there is potential for more sustainability in the area of manufacturing. Manufacturing is an essential step in the life cycle of a product. This includes whether a product is manufactured without animal testing or the use of critical substances such as genetically modified plants or palm oil. We also take a close look at whether it is produced locally and in a CO2-neutral manner. In addition, we check whether social sustainability, such as fair wages, is observed during production.
Unfortunately, this product still scores in too few of our characteristics for sustainable packaging. This does not mean that the product is generally not sustainable, only in the area of packaging there is potential for more sustainability in our view. The packaging of a product has a major impact on the environment. If the product has packaging, we therefore carefully check whether it is made of recycled materials and/or is itself recyclable. Plastic-free packaging and packaging that can be returned to a reusable system or that stands out due to particularly intelligent and sustainable packaging design perform better in our eyes.
This product scores in at least 25% of our characteristics for environmentally friendly use and thus meets our requirements for sustainable use. Even during your use, a product has an impact on the environment. That's why we look at whether you can use the product to save resources such as energy, water or materials. It is also important to us whether a product is repairable, durable and/or refillable.
This product scores in at least 50% of our characteristics for comprehensive recyclability and is therefore particularly sustainable. A major challenge for sustainability is the integration of products into the biological and technical cycle (cradle to cradle). What is important here is whether a product is recyclable, biodegradable or can be composted industrially or at home. We also consider it positive if the manufacturer offers a take-back system for the product and returns it to the cycle itself.