Anvil Partners with Technosport for Canadian Distribution

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Anvil Partners with Technosport for Canadian Distribution

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011 - 12:00pm

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 New York headquartered Anvil Knitwear Inc., and Canadian company Technosport have partnered to offer Anvil's Eco Collection in Canada. Technosport will offer two of Anvil's eco-friendly product lines, AnvilOrganic and AnvilSustainable.

AnvilSustainable products are made from post-consumer P.E.T. polyester and combed ring-spun transitional cotton (or cotton in conversion). These T-shirts support the recycling of plastic bottles and the conversion of acreage from conventional cotton farming to organic cotton farming.
 
Each AnvilSustainable T-shirt is said to use about three 20 ounce recycled P.E.T. plastic bottles and cotton that comes from farms undergoing the three-year process of transitioning to organic (or have become certified organic); each shirt has an estimated cradle-to-grave product life cycle assessment of kg 3.29 CO2e, according to the company.
 
 
About Anvil Knitwear
Anvil Knitwear, Inc., a century old apparel brand, is a leader in the sustainable apparel industry with its AnvilOrganic® and AnvilSustainable™ brands. Anvil has been ranked by the Organic Exchange as the world's sixth-largest organic program for two years and it is the largest domestic purchaser of U.S.-grown certified organic cotton. Anvil offers 17 affordable eco styles made from a variety of fibers such as certified organic cotton, transitional cotton, recycled cotton, and recycled PET bottles and blends in addition to over 70 traditional styles. For more information, please visit www.anvilknitwear.comwww.anvilcsr.com, www.shirtscan.com and www.TrackMyT.com.
 
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Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | AnvilSustainable | P.E.T. | Recycling | Sustainable | Technosport | anvil knitwear | cotton | organic | organic cotton | plastic bottles

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