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Highest quality standards

In addition to function and design, our understanding of product quality also includes aspects of safety, environmental sustainability and fairness. We therefore place emphasis on those aspects both during the development of our own collections and the compilation of our product ranges. As part of the continuous improvement of our products we are also looking for materials, which are produced in a more sustainable fashion.

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Product safety

We demand the highest quality for our products – this also includes any substances used. The standards for our production partners in regards to the regulation of hazardous substances, are specified within the engelbert strauss Restricted Substances List (RSL). The list contains legal requirements such as REACh and standards like OEKO-TEX® standard 100 and is in many cases considerably stricter ...
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Organic cotton

Many of our cotton items are made of organic cotton. In contrast to conventional cotton, the use of chemical pesticides and fertilisers is prohibited for the cultivation of organic cotton. Due to the natural fertilisation, resulting in a higher humus content, the soil can store more water and CO₂. The risk of erosion is also reduced ...

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RE/WEAR TC®

We are one of the first manufacturers on the market, to offer workwear made from recycled polyester. Polyester, a plastic compound made from the limited resource crude oil, can be recycled and reused for a wide range of applications. Through polyester recycling we are avoiding the use of new raw material and also reduce the amount of residual ...
The bluesign® system not only evaluates product safety, but also environmental protection and occupational health and safety throughout the textile production chain. Instead of just testing the end product, the bluesign® system stipulates that components and procedures be examined at the product ...
engelbert strauss supports the Cotton made in Africa initiative and thereby the sustainable cultivation of cotton in Africa. The aim of the Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) initiative is to improve the living and working conditions for African cotton farmers long term. In Sub-Saharan Africa around 20 ...