As per report it is clear that clothes are one of the biggest contributors to the planet's ecological breakdown. Usually millions of tons of textiles are thrown into the landfills, most made of synthetic materials that take hundreds of years to decompose.
Furthermore natural materials like cotton or wool decompose faster, but if you really want to contribute to the environment, this clothing line will be really useful. Reportedly clothing brand Vollebak has created a new product called the 'Plant And Algae T-Shirt', which is made of wood and algae. They decompose really fast, in 12 weeks.
Perhaps the t-shirts have a large green rectangular frame design on the front. Instead of the traditional inks, usually made of synthetic, the printable ink is made of algae. Since, the ink is natural and plant based, the color of the green frame will keep on changing rather fade every time you wear it. Moreover vollebak is a clothing start-up known for using high-tech fabrics.
Kaleshwaram added another feather to cap Prestigious kaleshwaram project achieved yet another milestone by successfully wet running the sixth pump, with this only one pump remains to be tested, five other pumps have already been successfully tested.
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