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Natural History Museum and Teemill team on new Earth Collection

Teemill has joined forces with Natural History Museum on a new sustainable range of certified organic cotton t-shirts – printed on demand in the UK, using low waste printing tech.

Featuring four unique designs, the collection – which was launched in time for Earth Day – also includes a range of durable and reusable organic cotton tote bags featuring Earth Day designs.

Teemill is known for its pioneering approach to sustainable clothing. Having created a UK-based circular economy for fashion, Teemill garments are designed to be sent back and remade into new products when they’re worn out and buyers are finished with them as part of their Remill programme – meaning their products never need enter landfill.

In addition, all clothing is made from Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton in factories powered by renewable energy, and packaging is made from plants, not plastic. Crucially, their print-to-order approach means zero waste.

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