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Global Organic Textile Standard is the most important international standard for the sustainable production of clothing made from at least 70% natural fibres from organic farming, including organic cotton.
The standard guarantees consumers that organic textile products are produced in accordance with strict environmental and social criteria applied at all levels of production.


ORGANIC 100 content standard
The ORGANIC 100 content standard certifies the presence of at least 95% of natural fibres derived from organic farming, guaranteeing:
- low environmental impact with:
- over 91% less water waste
- no use of chemical pesticides and fertilisers
- use of GMO-free seeds

ORGANIC BLENDED content standard
The ORGANIC BLENDED content standard certifies the presence of natural fibres derived from organic farming up to a maximum of 95% and a minimum of 5%.


EcoVero viscose by LENZING guarantees:
- use of fibres derived from wood and cellulose from certified sources
- an environmentally responsible production process that meets high environmental standards
- up to 50% less emissions than generic viscose

Q-nova by Fulgar is a nylon fibre consisting of waste materials from the company’s production cycle, guaranteeing:
- a reduction in the volume of waste
- no use of chemical materials
- low environmental impact:
- -80% CO2 emissions
- -90% water consumption compared to standard nylon


DEHA has raw material suppliers that use the Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX: a control and certification system that identifies products which do not pose any risk to consumer health.

DEHA also uses biodegradable bags for all its eco-sustainable garments, which are subject to the process that occurs when microorganisms in the environment recognize the substance as food and then consume and digest it.
This property enables regular maintenance of the planet’s ecological balance, making the environment cleaner and more sustainable.