Eco-friendly. Sustainable. Fairtrade. Fairwear. Organic.

At Fabryx, we believe print on demand has the ability to transform fashion retail into a fair and sustainable industry. We're proud to be leading the change.

Sustainable Printing

All of our garments are printed and embroidered in the UK.

Our printed products are printed using Greenprinted™️ technology which is entirely non-toxic, uses 95% less water than traditional printing and powered by renewable energy.

Greenprinted™️ utilises digital “waterless” printing and is powered solely by renewable energy. Greenprinted™️ uses NeoPigment inks. These are absolutely free of any heavy metals, animals by-products, formaldehyde and Alkylphenol Ethoxylates (APE). This makes the ink non-hazardous, non-toxic, 100% biodegrabable and Vegan.

The main environmental issue in the textile printing industry is water pollution; the amount of water used in conventional processes is staggering. Our printers bond ink to your fabric in the most water-free process available, using 95% less water than traditional methods.

Sustainable Print On Demand

Eco-Friendly Packaging

Our custom packaging process means we can package your products with any packaging you desire. Be that compostable bags, recycled tissue paper, or strictly no plastic, we’ve got you covered.

Ethical & Sustainable Apparel

We’ve worked hard to ensure our range is filled with products that meet a high level of ethical standards. As you browse the range, look out for specific tags on each product which will highlight various sustainable and ethical certifications that the product may have.

Understanding Our Product Tags

Our product tags highlight various sustainable and ethical certifications that the product may have. Below you will find an explanation of each certification and standard. Get in touch if you would like to find out more.

Organic cotton comes from seeds that have not been genetically modified (non-GMO) and is grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilisers. Organic cotton farming uses natural methods, such as crop rotation, which benefit not only the soil, fauna and the environment, but create biodiversity and promote good health and quality of life for farmers and their communities.

No toxic chemicals are used in the growing of organic cotton. It doesn’t damage the soil, has less impact on the air, and uses 88% less water and 62% less energy.

Caring for the world and the people we share it with is extremely important to us. In 2015, 26 million tonnes of cotton was produced globally, much of it for the apparel industry. Organic cotton makes up less than 1% of this.

By choosing organic over conventional cotton you have the power to influence manufacturers and even farmers. Help us change this number and look at for the Organic tag against products in our range.

Recycled polyester gives a second life to a material that’s not biodegradable and would otherwise end up in landfill or the ocean. 

Diverting PET bottles for this process reduces landfill, and thus reduces soil contamination and air and water pollution and requires less energy than virgin polyester.
Garments created from recycled polyester aim to be continuously recycled with no degradation of quality, allowing us to minimise wastage. This means polyester garment manufacture could potentially become a closed loop system.
Studies show that recycling polyester allows for considerable energy savings in the manufacturing process, and it is undeniable that tackling plastic waste has become one of the major environmental challenges of this decade. Globally, about 450 million tons of plastic are produced every year and 9.5 million tons of plastic are thrown into the ocean annually, most of it single use. We want to be part of the movement to change this.

The Fair Wear Foundation is an international organisation that aims to improve workers’ conditions in the textile industry. 

We are proud to say we are a Fair Wear Foundation member, and we aim to make things fairer for all, across the whole supply chain. We understand change won’t happen overnight, but we are completely committed to improving step-by-step. The Fair Wear Foundation help us reach our goals by assessing our business practices as well as the working conditions in the factories of our suppliers where sewing is the main manufacturing process.
Look out for the Fair Wear Approved tag on products within our range.

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is the gold standard for sustainable processing of textiles made from organically grown fibres (such as cotton or wool). 

The worldwide leading certification body focuses on organic fibres and is based on both ecological and social criteria. It guarantees that cotton is organically grown without the use of GMO seeds, or any harmful chemical products (such as pesticides, fertilisers, and insecticides) that are dangerous for the environment or the health of farmers or factory workers. It ensures traceability of products from the field to the final customer, including transaction certificates at every stage of production!
Whilst there are many other certifications related to organic cotton, GOTS is the most respected and rigorous certification with the most demanding criteria. It not only covers raw materials and production but also covers social aspects related to the health and well-being of people in the supply chain.
Look our for the GOTS certified tag on products in our range.

The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is the world’s leading standard for recycled textiles and certifies recycled materials based on environmental and social practices. The GRS is a full product standard that dictates social and environmental best practices, as well as chemical restrictions for fabrics, clothing, garments, accessories, and more. 

When it comes to the recycled content of clothing, the GRS confirms a responsible use of resources and processes that have the least possible impact on human health and the planet.
Look out for the GRS tag on products in our range.

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is a non-profit association dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals. PETA was founded in 1980 and is dedicated to establishing and defending the rights of all animals. Garments with the PETA stamp have been designed from sustainable and eco-friendly fibres. This stamp guarantees an animal free supply chain and is suitable for vegans. 

The “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo is a way of recognising these progressive compassionate businesses – and helping ethical consumers identify where to shop with confidence, safe in the knowledge that they’re not supporting the exploitation of animals.
With more than 6.5 million members and supporters worldwide, PETA is the largest animal rights organization on the planet. We’re pleased to say we have many products in our range that are PETA Vegan Approved and certified. Look our for the PETA Vegan Approved tag on products in our range.

OEKO-TEX® is a safety standard for the assessment of harmful substances in fabrics. Its aim is to ensure products are free from harmful substances and follow REACH, the EU regulation which restricts the toxicity of chemicals and heavy metals in all consumer products. 

Look out for the OEKO-TEX tag on products within our range.
The Organic Content Standard (OCS) verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product. It also tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.
This scheme verifies that a product has met organic standards throughout its journey – from raw material to finished product. When a product certifies to OCS standards, it means the manufacturer has worked with producers to ensure a final product contains the accurate amount of a given organically grown material.
The Goal of the Organic Content Standard is to ensure trust in organic content claims.
Look out for the OCS tag on products within our range.