Perugia is the other sustainable table linen that we added to the Embrace Collection. Thanks to a clean harvest method Perugia can officially be referred to as Uncontaminated Textile.
After harvesting, cotton balls are usually placed in plastic bags of often inferior quality and then transported onwards. This harvest method causes substantial pollution. In waste flows, for example, but also in the production of linen. Manufacturers can barely avoid small particles of the plastic bags from ending up in the ultimate linen. This apparently small component of the total production chain forms a threshold in the production of cotton that aims to be guaranteed fully sustainable. The cotton that is used for the colourful, trendy and new Perugia table linen of Blycolin does offer this guarantee. The solution that was devised at the plantations for the pollution is as simple as it is effective. Instead of plastic bags for the collection of the cotton balls jute bags are used. The cotton that is used for the manufacture of the Perugia table linen is harvested in these bags as a result of which this form of pollution does not occur.