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Allcost & Aquatowel has invested in the modernization of the Facilities in Guimarães, Portugal, and in the expertise of their team which allows them to have the ISO 9001 (Quality) and 14001 (Environment) certifications.
From the careful selection of raw materials such as Cashmere, Organic Cotton, Hemp, Linen, Kapok, Nettle, to the sustainable development, that allows them to be STANDARD100 by Oeko-tex®, GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), Egyptian Cotton™ certified, preserving human and environmental health, they base their strategy on maximum durability, quality and design.
In addition, they have their own weaving and a specialized team at Aquatowel, which is a brand from Allcost group dedicated to Bath and SPA articles. Offering the best in comfort, use of certified raw materials, as well as products with special finishes with biocompatible repellent properties (Repel Mosquito and Ácaros) and elimination of bacteria and fungi, with the cooperation with Polygiene®.
At Allcost & Aquatowel, they constantly invest in finishing innovation and textile alternatives that integrate quality and sustainability, such as our REPREVE Bath towels, developed from recycled plastic bottles, Bed and Bath articles in Recycled Yarns, made from a mixture of recycled cotton and polyester, as well, the sophisticated Foutas and Ponchos for Beach and Pool with Regenerated Yarns, consisting of textile waste as a raw material resource, diverting them from landfills and incineration.
Bed and Bath products certified with Polygiene® stays fresh technology keep fresh, durable, hygienic and sustainable. Consequently, it allows us to wash less frequently, and save time, water, and the product itself. Polygiene permanent odor control can be applied to fabrics at the same time as other fabric treatments, requiring no additional energy or water in the process, which becomes very significant for more transparency and reliability in the textile production chain.