The Madison Collection - Our Eco Efforts - Gilad and Marisa Lang

Our Eco Efforts

Everyday, we effect change by what we purchase. Your purchase with the Madison Collection contributes to a better world for people, the environment and our future.

Marisa & Gilad Co-Owners The Madison Collection.

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The Madison Collection creates the highest quality hotel and home linens through our commitment to environmental practices, workplace wellness programs and supporting clean water rights for all.

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LOW CARBON FOOTPRINT

ALL MANUFACTURING UNDER ONE ROOF

Diminishes pollution from carbon emissions through excess transportation

Reduces fossil fuel usage

Oeko-Tex certified, free from 100+ toxic elements

GreenStory conducted a comparative life-cycle analysis of our products from raw material acquisition to fiber and fabric processing to finished goods and beyond. The study compared the impact of our eco-manufacturing process against comparative conventional methods.The cradle-to-gate relevant life-stages were analyzed to measure the estimated net impact savings across GHG (Green House Gas) emissions and energy use

OUR VERTICALLY INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING PROCESS USES CLEAN, REGENERATIVE ENERGY SYSTEMS:

RELEASES 82%

LESS CARBON EMISSIONS

USES 83% LESS ENERGY

FROM SEED TO SELL—FOR OUR ROBES AND TOWELS COMPARED TO INDUSTRY AVERAGE

REGENERATIVE ENERGY

All waste and fluff from our spinning operations are collected, compressed into briquettes, merged with FSC wood chips from local furniture factories and up-cycled to generate clean energy—powering all production machinery with hydro-power.

No thermal, chalk or nuclear energy is used

Our factory team is our family, their wellness is our wellness.

Every employee shares equally in 25% of the net profits and receives a salary double the national average.

1400 employees receive at no cost to them:

• transportation to/from work
• healthful, nutritious meals
• full on-site medical care
• child care on-site
• convenient fitness classes are included in work hours

Over 400 employee suggestions for safety and productivity have been implemented

Shift managers are democratically elected by their peers

Machine-washing a single synthetic garment releases more than

1,900

microplastic fibers

For example, one synthetic micro-fiber robe or towel releases 1900 microplastic fibers into the water system.

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Natural Cotton Fibers are good for you and our planet, micro fibers not so much.

We use Only 100% natural fibers, no harmful micro-fibers

100% cotton towels and linens

are a natural alternative that supports our global delicate ecosystem, keeping our water and food chains safer.

PACKAGING

Our boxes and tape are manufactured from recycled paper. The box tape is created from a flour and water compound instead of chemical glue, and biodegradable plastic bags are used to pack our towels, further diminishing impact on the environment.

No glue is used in our production.

NATURAL LOOMING PROCESS

When setting up the looms, we only use flour and water to fortify and strengthen the cotton strands, which washes out naturally in the dying process.

No glue is used in our production.

DYING

Only Oeko-Tex certified optical dye solutions with a minimal amount of peroxide are used, rather than the common industry standard, which relies on bleach.

BETTER COTTON

We begin with the finest and most sustainably farmed cotton, in partnership with the BETTER COTTON INITIATIVE (BCI).

Cotton yarn is quality graded from 0 – 7. We only use cotton graded 5.5 and higher, which ensures longer, stronger fibers that yield greater absorbency.

Pure Water

Our water purification plant uses live bacteria to break down the dye pigment—no chemicals are used. Once the bacteria has accomplished the task, it is stored for ten years and then returned to the soil as fertilizer. The waters are returned to the river cleaner than when captured.