We take our responsibility as a clothing manufacturer seriously.
The certifications and memberships  are your guarantee of ethically sound
products and a clear conscience.


The EU Ecolabel is the official ecolabel of the EU. In the textile industry, the focus is on more sustainable agriculture, energy efficiency, less pollution in the production process and fewer hazardous substances. The Ecolabel is your guarantee that clothing bearing the EU Ecolabel impacts the environment as little as possible. The EU Ecolabel ensures that the clothing does not contain pesticide residues and other environmentally harmful chemicals, that eco-friendly dyes have been used and that waste water is
handled responsibly.

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GOTS is recognised as the leading global processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. Certification sets the bar high for compliance with social and environmental criteria throughout the supply chain. The standard GOTS requirement is that at least 95% of the fibres in the garment are organic, and that the organic fibres must be separated from conventional fibres throughout the manufacturing process. This means that whenever you buy GOTS-certified textiles, you can be sure that the products do not contain harmful chemicals or other substances, that they are high-quality organic textiles and that everyone involved in making the product has taken social and environmental responsibility.          

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STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is your guarantee that the clothing does not contain harmful substances. It is the world’s leading label for textile products which have been tested for substances which are harmful to human health and the environment. Clothing that carries the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® label is subject to requirements covering pH value and the content of, for example, pesticides and heavy metals. ID® has a wide selection of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX-certified products, including products that meet the requirements of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX, Annex 6, product class 1, which places even stricter requirements on the content of substances in the clothing which are hazardous to human health and the environment.

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ID® is a happy member of the Better Cotton Initiative. BCI exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future. Better Cotton is sourced via a system of Mass Balance and is not physically traceable to end products. By using a system of Mass Balance, BCI is able to reach more farmers, meaning more sustainable practices are being implemented around the world. 

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ID® is a member of amfori BSCI. BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) is a network of 750 European companies which has formulated a set of common ethical principles for purchasing and production in non-EU countries. This means production where there is no child labour, forced labour or any form of discrimination, the guarantee of a safe working environment and reasonable wages and working hours. The rules also carefully consider the environment.

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The Bureau Veritas group is one of today’s largest companies in the world within inspection, classification, counciling and certification. They supply services of high quality to help their customers comply with the increasing demands on quality, safety, environmental protection and social responsibility. 

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The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh (the Accord), from may 2018, is a three year independent, legally binding agreement between apparel brands and retailers and trade unions designed to build a safe and healthy Bangladeshi Ready made Garment (RmG) Industry.

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ID® is a member of Global Compact. At ID® we still want to act responsibly and contribute to a sustainable development. So we are proud of our membership of UN’s Global Compact. It provides us with a basis for working with the internationally acknowledged conventions about: Human rights · Employees’ rights · Environment · Anti corruption

Read more about Global Compact here  |  Read the COP report here