Zenith Textiles Newsletter
Welcome to our new Zenith Textiles Newsletter. Here you will find the latest and greatest news about all things Zenith.
Zenith Cuts Carbon.
As some of you may know, Zenith Textiles Ltd is one of 38 founding signatories to Textiles 2030, the UK’s most ambitious voluntary agreement designed to limit the impact clothes and home textiles have on climate change in line with the Paris Agreement and the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
Textiles 2030 will use a ‘Target-Measure-Act’ approach to reduce the impact of fashion products across the UK.
Along with other signatories, we will set tough targets, measure the impact of our products and track our progress on an individual basis, towards national targets. By 2030, signatories will reduce their combined greenhouse gas emissions in line with a 1.5oC UN trajectory to reduce climate change - reducing carbon impact by 50%, reducing the water footprint of products sold by 30% and following a roadmap to a more circular fashion future.
Our New Website…
We at Zenith Textiles Ltd are delighted to announce that our new website is LIVE! Complete with a new look and several new features, we are confident that this website reflects the accessibility and transparency of our business. Take a look
today! We’ve added a brand new feature so that you can let us know how we’re doing. Click the link to see for yourself.
Zenith Gets Creative!
Emily Howell has been a massive part of Zenith since day 1, and reusing, reducing, and recycling has always been a massive part of her life. She wanted to make learning about environmentally friendly behaviours more accessible to children, so she wrote a book! ‘The Recycling Rabbit’ is a rhyming children’s story about a little brown rabbit who comes up against a BIG pile of rubbish. Click the link to have a read, and remember to share with your little ones!
Cash for Clothes, Cash for Charities
Cash for Clothes, Cash for Charities is Zenith Textiles’ initiative to increase donations to our valued charity partners.
During home collections, Zenith currently pays individuals 50p/kilo for their used clothing and shoes. Cash for Clothes, Cash for Charities will give our customers the option to donate that money directly to a charity of their choice! The individual will then receive a tracking reference so that they can be sure 100% of their donation was received by the charity.