CERTIFIED

Process transparency and product authenticity are core values for Laguna Enviro Fabrics. Third-party certifications allow us to validate all recycled and organic materials, so your brand can make claims about reduced impacts with confidence. 

 


Global Organic Textile Standard

The Goal of the Organic Content Standard (OCS) is to ensure trust in organic content claims. The OCS accomplishes this goal by verifying the presence and amount of Organic Material in a final product. It provides a strong chain of custody system from the source of the organic raw material to the final product through certification. It allows for transparent, consistent, and comprehensive independent evaluation and verification of Organic Material content claims on products by an accredited third party Certification Body (CB). As a business to business tool, the OCS may be used to ensure that products companies purchase actually contain Organic Material. The Standard does not cover the certification of the raw material itself, which is verified independently of the production process certification. It also does not address processing inputs (e.g. chemicals), environmental aspects of processing (e.g. energy or water usage), social issues, safety issues, or legal compliance.

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Organic Content Standard

The Goal of the Organic Content Standard (OCS) is to ensure trust in organic content claims. The OCS  accomplishes  this goal by verifying the presence and amount of Organic Material in a final product. It provides a strong chain of custody system from  the source of  the organic raw material to the final product through certification. It allows for transparent, consistent, and comprehensive independent evaluation and verification of Organic Material content claims on products by an accredited third party Certification Body (CB). As a business to business tool, the OCS may be used to ensure that products companies purchase actually contain Organic Material. The Standard does not cover the certification of the raw material itself, which is verified independently of the production process certification. It also does not address processing inputs (e.g. chemicals), environmental aspects of processing (e.g. energy or water usage), social issues, safety issues, orlegal compliance.

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Global Recycled Standard

The Global Recycled Standard is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices, and chemical restrictions. The GRS is intended to meet the need of companies looking to verify the recycled content of their products (both finished and intermediate products) and to verify responsible social, environmental, and chemical practices in the production of these products.

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Recycled Claim Standard

The goal of the RCS is to give credibility to recycled content claims on products. By protecting the trust of consumers as they choose products made of recycled materials, we hope to contribute to the increased use of recycled materials, and a reduction in the amount of waste sent to landfills or incineration. The RCS uses the chain-of-custody requirements of the Content Claim Standard (CCS). On its own, the CCS is a generic standard for chain-of-custody verification. This common set of requirements across TE’s standards contributes to the consistency and efficiency of the certification process. Once a company has been certified to the CCS requirements for one standard, they meet the same chain-of-custody requirements for other standards based on the CCS.

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Oeko Tex

The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system for raw, semi-finished, and finished textile products at all processing levels, as well as accessory materials used. Examples of articles that can be certified: raw and dyed/finished yarns, woven and knitted fabrics, accessories, such as buttons, zip fasteners, sewing threads or labels, ready-made articles of various types (garments of all types, domestic and household textiles, bed linen, terry products and much more).