About T’riffic Circulair
Circular is the new normal. And it's about time, because the textile industry is the second most polluting industry in the world!
Schijvens Corporate Fashion has been making circular company clothing for companies such as Albert Heijn, McDonalds, Etos, Kruidvat, Praxis, TBI and CSU for several years now. But we wanted to go a step further than that. We want everyone who cares about the environment, even those who need smaller quantities of clothing, to be able to buy circular work clothing.
That is why we launched our label
100% recycled collection
With our recycled thread, made of 50% recycled cotton and 50% recycled polyester, we have produced a collection that consists of T-shirts, polo shirts, sweaters, cardigans, shirts and work trousers. We have also added jackets and soft shells, made of 100% recycled polyester.
Not only are the items environmentally friendly, producing around 40% less CO2 and using approximately 40% less energy and 99% less water, they are also manufactured under socially sustainable conditions. All factories where Schijvens Corporate Fashion carries out its production (including for the T'riffic brand) have been audited by the Fair Wear Foundation. Schijvens Corporate Fashion has a score of 89 out of 100 points and is therefore a ‘Leader’. The T’riffic collection is even made with a Living Wage.
Savingstool circular collection
The textile industry still has an big impact on the environment, you can do something about this by choosing the circular clothing collection from T'riffic! Use the tool below to calculate how much you save.
We want our sustainable brand to be sold by dealers that also care about the environment and are intrinsically motivated to make the world a better place. That is why we work with dealers that share our ambitions for sustainable growth. They can offer you our collections and, where necessary, provide you with other items of clothing or logos.
Our circular products save
The textile industry is the 2nd most polluting industry in the world. To make one cotton T-shirt, 4000 litres of water are needed, and in the Netherlands alone, 200 million kilos of textile waste is produced each year and only 3% is recycled worldwide. These are some shocking statistics, and we want to work with you to make a change!