Fashionable and sustainable on-the-go Aldi Süd wants to be with a "climate-neutral" sneakers, the from the 10. June will be available. The sneaker is manufactured partly from recycled PET bottles and is certified to the Global Recycle Standards (GRS). This is to ensure that the social, environmental, and chemical requirements are met in the production of clothing.
About the target-Sneaker "climate-neutral" to be
"climate-neutral" is the Shoe allegedly because the production, Transport and distribution CO2 emissions are offset through certified climate protection project in Cambodia again. The project, the ceramic water filter-sold systems, to enable people from the rural Parts of the country have access to clean drinking water and create jobs. Through the use of the Filter, the water must not be boiled, the emission of CO2 through the consumption of firewood and coal will also be avoided.ALDI SÜD Glamour
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climate-neutral Aldi-sneakers: Critical voices
A sustainable sneakers for just 13 euros – is that even possible? No, says the renowned Online platform for sustainability issues "Utopia.de". Speaking at the Aldi shoes of "green sneakers" is exaggerated. Although it is laudable that Aldi compensations in the production of the Sneaker emissions by the Cambodian climate protection project, the production of the Sneaker to be shoes more climate-friendly than the conventional turn. In addition, boost the cheap price to the consumer, one of the main reasons for the global environmental pollution, more and more. Also the GRS certificate set according to the data of the "utopia.de" weak: "manufacturers may use it, if your product consists of at least 20 percent recycled material." How large is the share of recycled material in the "Green Sneaker" from Aldi's, does not reveal the discounters.
Means in plain text: With the exception of the recycled PET bottles to the Aldi-sneakers regular sneakers.
This article was written by (Alexandra Schöb)
*brings The post "Aldi is a "climate-neutral" Sneaker on the market as sustainable in the sneakers is really" published by Glamour. Contact with the executives here.Glamour Date Of Update: 08 June 2020, 16:27