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Recyclable, circular and plastic-free by nature

Sustainability

Less energy and water than other fibres
Less energy and water than other fibres

Wool uses 18% less energy than polyester and nearly 70% less water than cotton to produce 100 sweaters.

No microplastics, unlike synthetics
No microplastics, unlike synthetics

Wool is 100% biodegradable so does not contribute to microplastic pollution in our oceans or on our land.

The most reused and recycled fibre in the world
The most reused and recycled fibre in the world

Natural, renewable and biodegradable, wool is the most reused and recyclable fibre on the planet of the major apparel fibres.

Wool and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The wool fibre and Australian wool industry are aligned to 11 of the UN SDGs. From responsible farming practices and manufacturing efficiencies to end-of-life garment disposal, we are working towards a positive future.

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How you can use wool more sustainably

Processing innovations

Processing innovations

Innovations in wool processing technologies create more efficient and environmentally friendly processes in yarn development, knit and weave manufacture and dyeing and finishing to create fabrics and products for the fashion, sports, footwear, interior, protection wear and automotive industries.

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Greening Australia x Australian woolgrowers

One of the largest revegetation projects in Australia sees Greening Australia and Australian woolgrowers join forces to ensure native flora and fauna thrives through healthy, productive landscapes.

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Programs reducing the impact of wool processing

Supply compass
Australia
Greenpeace