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Together, we can weave a future where sustainability is not the exception but the norm

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Engr. Md Hasnat kabir Country manager Bangladesh USB Certification
Figure: Engr. Md Hasnat Kabir
Country Manager – Bangladesh
USB Certification

As a legitimate representative of USB Certification Bangladesh, I am honored to address all of you regarding the vital sustainable sectors in the textile industry: The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and the Textile Exchange (TE) sustainability standards. These two schemes are pivotal in promoting environmental and social responsibility within the textile industry. Conversely, there are also areas of concern that we believe need addressing to enhance their effectiveness and ensure their goals are truly met. Our journey has always been guided by the vision of a more sustainable and equitable world, and it is with this vision in mind that I speak about two of the most significant sustainability standards in the textile industry.

In an era where environmental consciousness is not just a choice but a necessity, standards like GOTS and TE, BCI, SFA & Regenvate play a pivotal role in shaping a sustainable future. They are more than mere certifications; they represent a commitment to ethical practices, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility.

The Importance of Sustainability

At USB Certification, we are proud to be at the forefront of promoting these standards. There are many measures to take up for practicing sustainable development. Our mission is to ensure that companies not only comply with these rigorous requirements but also understand the underlying principles of sustainability and social responsibility. We believe that through education, rigorous auditing, and continuous support, we can help businesses transform their practices and contribute to a more sustainable world.

Most importantly, we must encourage afforestation. Including environmental education as part of the education system curriculum will also help. Similarly, it is essential to socialize and humanize all environmental issues.

Further, we must encourage the use of non-conventional sources of energy, especially solar energy. Looking for substitutes for proven dangerous materials based on local resources and needs will help. Likewise, we must produce environment-friendly products.

It is also essential to popularize the use of organic fertilizers and other biotechniques. Finally, the key is environmental management, which must be monitored and ensure accountability.

In conclusion, the GOTS and TE, BCI, SFA & Regenvate sustainability standards are not just about certification – they are about fostering a global movement towards a more ethical and sustainable textile industry. As we move forward, let us embrace these standards not as challenges, but as opportunities to make a positive impact on our planet and society. Together, we can weave a future where sustainability is not the exception but the norm. At USB Certification, we are committed to playing our part in this endeavor, working towards a future where sustainability is integral to the textile industry.

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