Denim House, Tunisia

Denim is one of the least sustainable materials in your wardrobe. It takes almost 4,000 litres of water to make the average pair of jeans, and distressed denim relies on harsh chemicals to create all those fade and wear marks. We needed a partner that did things differently.

Denim House crafts high-quality, hard-wearing jeans using revolutionary techniques that massively reduce their environmental footprint, including laser distressing to protect workers, an innovative Jeanalogia system that reduces water wastage by 93%, and a solar energy project that will provide 100% of the factory’s power needs by 2023.

Name: Denim House

Audited by: SGS

Last audited: 06/07/2021

Country: Tunisia

Fabric mill: Alroubaia Textile Co. Fourtex

Employees: 1,324

Certifications: GRS, OCS

What they make: Denim


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