Negative impact of denim production

by Mila Ohly

The production of denim has a serious negative impact on the environment. This process uses a large amount of water and chemicals that end up in rivers and groundwater. In addition, denim production requires a significant amount of energy and leads to greenhouse gas emissions.

One of the most harmful aspects of denim production is dyeing. Chemical dyes containing toxic substances are used to obtain bright denim colors. These substances can enter rivers and groundwater, leading to environmental pollution.

  Moreover, denim production requires a large amount of water. According to the World Bank, up to 10,000 liters of water can be used to produce one kilogram of denim. This leads to the depletion of water resources and water pollution.

In addition to environmental problems, denim production also has social issues. Many factories where denim is produced are located in countries with low labor standards. Workers are paid low wages and subjected to hazardous working conditions.

Therefore, it is important to recycle denim to avoid negative impact on the environment and society. The brand upslowuse has created a collection made entirely from old jeans and men's shirts, helping to conserve the planet's resources.