We have chosen to do our level best to ensure our fabrics are not only of outstanding quality, but also guarantee a high standard of “responsible care”, so we can provide excellent solutions from the point of view of Quality, Safety, Health and the Environment.
It is a 100% traceable and sustainable global wool brand.
The technological blockchain guarantees transparency and traceability along the entire supply chain. Thanks to the new technological devices, customers can track the journey of their wool, from the farm to the finished garment.
The Nativa wool, completely mulesing-free, comes from the best farms in Argentina, Uruguay, United States, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
FSC® helps take care of forests for future generations.
We are proud to join the FSC® trademark to our viscoses, we employ in a wide range of our suiting fabrics.
FSC® certified Tessilbiella's whole supply chain as well as the traceabilty of the plant-based fibres we use.
It has the objective of encouraging and satisfying the needs of consumers who wish to check for the presence of recycled materials in the products they purchade. Most of the recycled fibers come from industrial waste or derive from the separate collection of clothing. Thanks to this certification we can talk about circular fashion.
Is a world leader in defining the quality standards of organic fibers, with a careful examination of environmental and social criteria: all chemical input must meet the basic requirements on toxicity and biodegradability.
It is a certification that is particularly attentive to the welfare of the sheeps and to the management and protection of the territory.
The certified wool come only from farms that meet these requirements. Its origin is totally identifiable and traceable.
The ZQ certification identifies merino wool cominf from farms located in New Zealand and selected by New Zealand Merino Company. ZQ wool is defined as "ethical" because it is selected and produced through a sustainable production chain that protects the wellbeing of people and animals involves.
The IWS (International Wool Secretariat) was founded in 1937 by the sheep farmers of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Uruguay (which account for 80% of the wool produced worldwide) to promote the use of pure new wool.
TESSILBIELLA is proud of its IWS licence.
Chemical management 4sustainability
The incentive of the market and our vision for sustainability have led us to seek solutions for a more sustainable production, also from a chemical point of view.
With this goal in mind, we have built a structured path of adoption of the 4sustainabiility Chemical Management Protocol, that truly implements the ZDHC MRSL and periodically measures the level of application in a transparent way.
ZDHC - ROADMAP TO ZERO
The aim of gradually reducing the use of hazardous chemicals in the production chain, has prompted us to embark on an even more sustainable path.
We obtained the Supplier to Zero by ZDHC certification, which allows us to meet the demands of our customers, implementing the best practiced of sustainable management of chemicals.
By collaborating with Roadmaptozero we pay attention to the conservation of the planet and in the coexistence between production and nature.
Textile and health
Tessilbiella relies on TESSILE E SALUTE Association as a monitoring support and problem solving referred to our chemical sustainability, to the certification of our qualities ensuring our traceability and the transparency of our supply chain.
TESSILE E SALUTE is nationally recognized as a specialized association that protects the health of consumers for textiles, footwear and fashion products.
We totally share their philosophy according to which it is possible to identify the most effective solutions to prevent the spread of potentially harmful items, protect and promote the Made in Italy only by working together with all the Stakeholders (public and private).
The company’s policy of guaranteeing increasingly high standards has led to the adoption of procedures and a supplier selection process compliant with the REACH regulations. We are paying close attention to developments in issues related to the application of the European Regulation 1907/2006 for the Textile sector.
We have also taken note of the list of substances (candidate list) indicated by the European Agency ECHA, as “of very high concern” (SVHC-Substances of Very High Concern) and all subsequent updates.
These substances are not contained in the items we produce in amounts higher than those permitted by the regulation.