Eco-Friendly Clothing Fair for Women's Day at Impress Decor Polska

On March 8, at Impress Decor Polska, female employees celebrated Women's Day in a unique way. Instead of traditional gifts or flowers, an ecological clothing fair was organized to not only strengthen the bonds between women in the company, but also to promote a sustainable lifestyle.

Impress decor Poland, is distinguished not only by its innovative approach to business, but also by its concern for the employee community and the environment. Solidarity between female employees through the exchange of clothes in the spirit of ecology is an excellent example of how a company can combine business goals with social values.

On the day of the event, the show room was transformed into a colorful fashion paradise, filled with stalls selling clothes, shoes and accessories. Each female employee was encouraged to bring clothes she doesn't wear or would like to share with others. The idea not only encouraged an economical approach to fashion, but also promoted the ideal of community and sharing. In this way, the event not only provided an opportunity for interesting fashion discoveries, but also promoted the reduction of textile waste.

"We are delighted that we were able to organize something special for our associates on a day that highlights their role and contribution to the company. The eco-friendly clothing fair is an innovative way to build relationships among female employees and promote sustainability." - Marita Ambrozik, Managing Director of Impress Decor Polska, said.


Clothing production has a significant impact on the environment, both in terms of water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Here's some general information on the water consumption and carbon footprint associated with garment production:

Water consumption:

  • In cotton production, water consumption is significant, ranging from 7,000 to 29,000 liters of water, depending on the region, weather conditions and cultivation practices.
  • Conventional cotton farming methods often use intensive irrigation, which contributes to water scarcity and pollution.
  • Estimated water consumption for the production of one kilogram of synthetic fibers can range from 6,000 to 9,000 liters of water.

Carbon footprint:

  • According to estimates by agencies attached to the United Nations, the textile industry is responsible for 10 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, mainly CO2 and methane.
  • 1,700 million tons of carbon dioxide is more than are emitted each year by air and sea transport combined.
  • Production of fabrics and finished garments: Production stages such as spinning, weaving, dyeing, and sewing also generate greenhouse gas emissions, both from energy consumption and the use of chemicals.

Transportation and distribution:

  • The processes involved in transporting raw materials, semi-finished products, and finished products also generate carbon emissions. The global nature of the apparel industry often results in long transportation routes.
  • It is worthwhile, as consumers, to be aware of the environmental impact of our purchasing choices and to support brands striving to minimize their negative impact on the planet.

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